Your true address.
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My recommendation is that this question be discussed with an immigration attorney who can guide you about how to deal with this situation.
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You should list the physical address where you actually live. If you would prefer to get your mail at the other address (the cousin's) you could always list it as a mailing address in Part 4.B. Good luck to you.
When the government, company, DMV, USCIS... requests your residential address you should give the address where you are living. When it is your mailing address that is requested you should give the address where you receive mail.