Quick Answer: Can I Use A PO Box As A Physical Address?

PO Boxes do not provide a professional business image.

A physical street address is required for your registered agent for an LLC or corporation and PO boxes are not accepted.

A PO Box can only receive mail delivered through USPS and not other carriers such as FedEx or UPS.

Many forms will ask for a street address, and will specifically state no PO boxes. However, neither a PO Box nor a “private mail box” can be used as a “registered” address for legal notices. People generally use their law firm for purpose of their business’ registered address, or pay a “Registered Agent” service.

Do you need a physical address to get a PO box?

In order to get a PO box, you need a residential address and proof of that residence. No to get a USPO box you must have a physical address. What you can do as an alternative is to go to a private business like Post Boxes Plus and rent a box there. You then use their address with your name and box number.

Can you get a PO box anywhere?

Post office boxes can be a convenient and safe way to receive mail. To rent any post office box, you must present valid identification in person. To rent a post office box in a state other than where you reside, you will have to physically visit the facility once your application is approved.

Do banks accept PO Box address?

Yes. You must provide your physical address but may use your PO Box as your mailing address. Therefore you cannot open an account with ONLY a PO BOX, but can open one with your physical address and use the PO Box for mail correspondence.

Can u use a PO Box for my drivers license?

A: Although Pennsylvania allows this exemption, you would still be subject to the laws of the state where you are residing. You may not hold a driver’s license from more than one state. You may use a PO Box in addition to your residence address, but not as the only address on your license.