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What state is your driver's license issued from?
I have 2, one in SC and 1 in WV
I lived in both states. Had physical addresses at the time. We hit the road as soon as school was out in our winnebago because we wanted peace from our ex daughter in law.
HelloThank youThen I suggest the only thing you can do is have a family member or a friend allow you to use thier address for things such as getting a Driver's License and receiving mail. That is the only way, unless you rent a one room efficiency someplace and use that.PO Boxes cannot be used to establish a residencyThere also is an RV group that is reputable and may be able to assist you
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See, the day after we left, social security special agents showed up at my old residence and left a card. They want my physical address. I don't know what to tell them.
They told me I can bring my daughter in to any social security office in the U.S. and they will have a special agent meet us there.
Should I do that? Should I have a lawyer go with us?
HelloI suggest you would want to have a local attorney go with you to any US Social Security office if you are being investigatedBut try to get an address as I suggested
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