Is it possible to use a PO Box when applying for green card renewal or filing the N400?
Thing is, I can't list a hotel as my residence. Or can I? And what if I need to switch hotels or something?
Is it possible to use a PO Box? Or what do you suggest? I need an updated card, at least. The sooner the better, because it's expiring.
2 attorney answers
While it is true that if you change your address while an application is pending USCIS does not always catch on, you cannot use a P.O. Box address. Even if you hire an attorney, the green card will be sent to you, not to an attorney. For your information, even if your green card expires, you are still a lawful permanent resident - the green card proves that you have status, but failure to renew does not mean your status is revoked or expired. Perhaps you should wait until you are in a more stable situation to avoid these issues.
Hire an attorney who would most likely receive any correspondences from USCIS or at least should. Also, you living in a hotel raises other concerns that you should go over with an attorney (e.g., income).
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