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Hi Friends,

I'm trying to develop a bit more privacy than is the default on the PA Board website. In CA, is there a way to put your work address as the one on file, or would you have to get a PO box should you desire to not have your home address listed on a license search?

Thanks much!

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Hi Friends,

I'm trying to develop a bit more privacy than is the default on the PA Board website. In CA, is there a way to put your work address as the one on file, or would you have to get a PO box should you desire to not have your home address listed on a license search?

Thanks much!

I always use my office/practice address... U can do it by logging onto breeze.ca.gov and change your profile or calling the PA Board directly.

 

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9 minutes ago, Joelseff said:

I always use my office/practice address... U can do it by logging onto breeze.ca.gov and change your profile or calling the PA Board directly.

 

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Honestly, thats great news. That's infinitely more convenient than a P.O. box. Thank you!

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