No. All versions of Form I-9 request that the Address sections should contain the actual location of the employee’s residence (Section 1) and the actual location of the employer (Section 2). In the event the employee lives or works in an area that does not have house numbers and street names, the Address sections should contain a narrative description of the location.
In a situation where a company has multiple locations, when filling out the I-9 the person signing section 2 should use the local address of the hiring site, not the main address of the parent company or headquarters.
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