Can I use the post office as my address?

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Can I use the post office as my address?

Yes, you may use your Post Office as your mailing address if you have a P.O. Box within it.  Also, when you don’t have a permanent address, the mail service has a general delivery as a temporary mailing address so you can pick up your mail at the post office. However, the postmaster might only assign one facility to offer the service.

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