After Labor certificate approved, we changed the physical address (in the same area of intended employment). Now, we file I-140. Questions:
1) What documents should we provide that we change address?
2) On form I-140, Part 1, Item 5.a to 5.b, can we use PO Box?
3) On form I-907, Part 1, item 5 and Part 2 item 8, can we use PO Box?
4) On I-907, why is it asking for address again in Part 2 item 8? We already had entered the address in Part 1 item 5. What is the difference?
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My forms seem to have different references. You should enter the physical address of the employer where required (and the employment as required) and enter mailing addresses where possible. Consult with your attorney.
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