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Having the new house as the address for bank and brokerage statements would be another possibility.

That's already done for the majority of our accounts. I find it backwards to expect your banks will be nearby these days. Our checking was opened 30 years and 5 moves ago, all of our financial institutions out of state. Bank statements mostly are electronic, eliminating a classic proof of residence document for things like driver's license. Proving residence to get instate tuition for Youngest has been an absolute bear, since I have no paycheck, instate bank or statements. I am by no means a trailblazer of modern life but these institutions really need to get into the modern day when it comes to their expectations of documentation.

IP,
ending rant with admission of being outside the norm in many categories
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