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Hi everybody,

I have almost everything ready to send my package in to USCIS. I am stuck on one part of the application though. In part 1 section 15.a. it asks for "In Care of Name..." for the mailing address. I am confused as to whether to put my husband's name on there or mine before the mailing address. 

I am the conditional resident in this case and my husband is the U.S. citizen.

I live in a household with my husband and his parents.

What did everyone else do? please help!

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11 minutes ago, Ramyb16 said:

Hi everybody,

I have almost everything ready to send my package in to USCIS. I am stuck on one part of the application though. In part 1 section 15.a. it asks for "In Care of Name..." for the mailing address. I am confused as to whether to put my husband's name on there or mine before the mailing address. 

I am the conditional resident in this case and my husband is the U.S. citizen.

I live in a household with my husband and his parents.

What did everyone else do? please help!

We put NA... Was no issues and approved 

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If you regularly get mail at your address, you need not put anything in.  Since you live with jhis parents, you could always put their name, since they are the registered name at that address...

 

<Ms. Beneficiary>

C/O Mr. and Mrs. Husbands-Parents

123 Main Street

AnyCity, USA  12345

 

Either is ok.  If you don't get a lot of mail addressed to you at this address, then put the parents' names in the Care Of section.

 

Good Luck!

 

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18 minutes ago, Sukie said:

If you regularly get mail at your address, you need not put anything in.  Since you live with jhis parents, you could always put their name, since they are the registered name at that address...

 

<Ms. Beneficiary>

C/O Mr. and Mrs. Husbands-Parents

123 Main Street

AnyCity, USA  12345

 

Either is ok.  If you don't get a lot of mail addressed to you at this address, then put the parents' names in the Care Of section.

 

Good Luck!

 

Sukie in NY

Hello,

I do get all my mail at the current address I reside in with my husband and in-laws. I have been living with them since before I even got married to my husband. So, since I regularly get mail here, I can just write N/A in section 15.a. correct?

 

thank you for your response!

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