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- Address Change – When you move, be sure to change your address with the Post Office, IRS, and other government agencies, so that you'll continue to receive mail and any government benefits at your new location.
- Birth, Marriage, and Death Certificates – Get records based on the location of the birth, death, marriage, or divorce.
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- Drivers' Licenses and Vehicle Registration – Find your state's motor vehicle department to get or replace your driver's license, and register your car.
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- Saving Family Treasures – The National Archives provides guidelines for the care for some of the more common materials affected by natural disasters or other emergencies.
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