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319(b) Home Address- Part 4

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Hello! I've been looking for the answer through the forums, but can't seem to find exactly what I'm looking for. I will be filing the N-400 form under 319(b), which means that we are currently living overseas for my husband's (he's the US citizen) job. He is a contractor for the AF, so while we are not military, we do have an APO mailing address.

In Part 4 of the N-400 form it asks for a home address, but specifically says "Do not write a P.O. box in this space". My current address that I have listed with the USCIS (through the change of address form) is our APO address, so technically this is the home address I have on file. We still own our home in NY, but by writing that address as "home address" when it is not what they currently have on file, will this cause delays/raise red flags, etc? We live off base, so we do have a German address, but I'm thinking that throwing a German address into the mix will just further confuse things...?

I hope this question is clear, and thank you in advance for any experience or advice you may be willing to share!

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