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Hi , so we're about to send our petition next week I have some questions: 

1- my fiance moved alot in the past 5 years  most of the places that he moved in he didn't report it and he forgot most of those addresses  too  .. is that ok that I don't write the addresses   that he didn't report I mean sometimes he only lived in the place for a month or two 

PS : we have a mailing address that he have been using for years now beside his physical address  

2- we put some of our Instagram posts in one of them that he post he said my name with his last name  .. is that going to be a problem for us ? Should we remove it ? 

 

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31 minutes ago, US&TN said:

Hi , so we're about to send our petition next week I have some questions: 

1- my fiance moved alot in the past 5 years  most of the places that he moved in he didn't report it and he forgot most of those addresses  too  .. is that ok that I don't write the addresses   that he didn't report I mean sometimes he only lived in the place for a month or two 

PS : we have a mailing address that he have been using for years now beside his physical address  

2- we put some of our Instagram posts in one of them that he post he said my name with his last name  .. is that going to be a problem for us ? Should we remove it ? 

 

If only he have a mailing address and he been using it and since he don't used to stay in one particular place but keep on changing place's . I will say he should continued using his mailing address at the post office so that where ever he go or traveled his mail's will be saved.

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14 minutes ago, Moses Bee said:
59 minutes ago, US&TN said:

 

If only he have a mailing address and he been using it and since he don't used to stay in one particular place but keep on changing place's . I will say he should continued using his mailing address at the post office so that where ever he go or traveled his mail's will be saved.

Yes he have been using the same mailing address for more than 4 years now . But I'm asking if it's going to be ok if he don't put all his physical address for the past 5 years ?

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2 minutes ago, US&TN said:

physical address for the past 5 years

No it is not going to be any problems and it has nothing to do with the filling , only if there is a criminal records to place's he used to get changing , if not , then there is nothing to be worry about  , he can go on using his mailing address at the post office for his mail's .

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