Is that the same situation you had when you originally received your CR or did you move and this is a new situation?
It can be a problem if they don't believe you live together.
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Yes, this could be a problem and will most likely cause delay and they may require an interview.
You would be wise to have an attorney assist with preparing the document kit and letter of explanation.
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Technically, there is nothing wrong with having a home address and a mailing address. However, it will raise a red flag to USCIS that you are not actually living together and will get heavy scrutiny of your application and evidence. Given how important the two-year review is you should use a lawyer to make sure you have enough evidence and it is packaged in a way that USCIS will understand what is going on.
Is the address a P.O. Box or just a different address?
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I don't see this as a problem. I am assuming both your names are on both addresses.
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It depends. Is it a pob or a second home? Do you both live in both? One has to look at all your facts and then evaluate. This question requires context. Consult with an immigration attorney before applying
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