In this episode, B and Jack talk about the difficulties without having a permanent address as a traveler. And then they talk about the options of getting a personal address. Finally, they close with what documents can be used as proof of having a permanent address.
1. The topic within the Digital Nomad Life System [03:20]
2. Do you need a permanent address? [05:10]
3. 2 ways to get a permanent address [09:22]
4. What counts as proof of a permanent address? [19:19]
5. Tips related to setting up a permanent mailing address [21:09]
6. Our recommendation [27:25]
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