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Census (Home or Uni address) watch

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    Just wondering, do we have to fill in our census forms in our uni residences (or private property) even though our parents may have already listed us as being resident at our normal address? Is it just a one or the other thing or do we have to fill out a form even if we're already listed at our home address?

    I know this sounds stupid but I'm not sure what the procedure is.
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    I filled out the one they sent at uni even though my mum had put me down on the one at home. I don't really get it either and we tried to give the same answers but if they get confused it's their problem!
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    i know this is a bit late but you need to be put down on both.

    although when you're put down on your home one i dont think they answer as many questions about you.
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    there is a question in the census which asks if you stay/live anywhere else for more than 30 days of the year. I put my home address down for this question.
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    yeah I work for the Census so you should be down on two forms... or technically three forms if you stayed over at another house on the 27th!
 
 
 
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