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#18293
One more question for the day and hopefully someone can answer.
I will be filing a new application and I don't want 'him' to know our address (been years since he bothered to see child or enquirer)
Haven't notified him that we had moved but years ago had notified him were looking to move to this area.
Can I file a new application using a PO Box?
or is there some other way around this?

I do have a mail redirection in place from our previous residential address.