For filling the naturalization form(N-400), filing the addresses , I lived 5 apartments past 5 years, but I forgot 2 apartments' addresses, it is kind of impossible to get those old addresses back. Is there any way out ? or is it okay to leave them blank ?
You leave nothing blank. Do your best and utmost to "guesstimate". Use Google maps, whatever, but do not leave thing blank or only partially filled out.
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You can pull up your credit report to see if you have any previous addresses listed in there. Possibly your shopping sites could have stored your old addresses. There are various ways to find your old address. Otherwise, you should try your best fill those information in with whatever you can. Try not to leave anything vague or blank.
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List the street and city and approximation of the time you lived there. Explain at the interview.
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