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Important Mail Sent To Wrong Address
(Posted May 7, 2010)
Question 750: If the form sent to a divorced spouse concerning tier 2 eligibility is returned by the Postal Service because of a wrong address, does the Railroad Retirement Board make any other effort to contact the divorced spouse?
Answer: I've confirmed with the Railroad Retirement Board that they have extensive procedures to investigate when important mail is returned for a wrong address.
Usually the District Office serving the area is asked to investigate and locate the addressee.
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