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My husband and I are filing documents for me to get a green card. We are little stuck on G-325A. As he just joined army last July and been in barracks during basic training and AIT, he doesn't have APO address or anything there. He uses our apartment's address for his bills to be sent. My question is on section where he lists addresses for last 5 years does he need to include the barrack's address or just base name would be fine or he doesn't need to put that down? Thanks

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Every building in an Army installation has an address. Even while in basic training you can get mail, he will have to use the address to the barracks where he stayed while he was in basic training and AIT. Note: APO addresses are only used while on installations overseas.

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I listed my husband as living at my apartment when he was staying there for about 9 months, even though he still got his bills at his house and he wasn't officially listed as living there anywhere.

Maybe that was overkill, but it didn't hurt anything, either.

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