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I look the example provide by this web, but someone know what means C/O: (in care of) do I have to put any info there... or n/a... I don't have any kids with my husband, Its about that??

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I'm sorry, I don't understand your question. Usually C/O is if you are using someone else's address, like

Bert

C/O Ernie

123 Sesame Street.

I am not sure what a form I-175 is... my searches indicate it's nothing.


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I look the example provide by this web, but someone know what means C/O: (in care of) do I have to put any info there... or n/a... I don't have any kids with my husband, Its about that??

Thanks.

You mean I-751 and not I-175. :blush:

"C/O" means you're receiving mail at somebody elses address, and you'd put the other person's name in the "C/O" line. The purpose for this is that mail may not be delivered in some circumstances if the addressee's name doesn't match the name of the person living at that address. For example, a landlord might not deliver mail to a tenant if their name doesn't appear on the envelope. Using the "C/O" line means your mail is being delivered to you in the "care of" somebody else.


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You mean I-751 and not I-175. :blush:

"C/O" means you're receiving mail at somebody elses address, and you'd put the other person's name in the "C/O" line. The purpose for this is that mail may not be delivered in some circumstances if the addressee's name doesn't match the name of the person living at that address. For example, a landlord might not deliver mail to a tenant if their name doesn't appear on the envelope. Using the "C/O" line means your mail is being delivered to you in the "care of" somebody else.

Thanks for your response..... very kind

yes, was my mistake my question was about form I-751

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