I'm not sure if this question is related to here or not, but:
So, I got a job in California and I'm moving there in 2 weeks. But, I have decided to live in my workplace for the next 2 years and I'm not going to rent an apartment. Is it legal and possible to give my workplace address as the address for my Driver's License?
Since one my posts is getting deleted because it wasn't an answer, I'm re-adding it here:
"Thank you all for the answers. So, when I say living in work place it doesn't mean I'm going to walk around in pajamas all the day around the work and be totally obvious. It means I'll be the same as anyone else, only when everyone else is leaving work at 5pm for example, I'll still be staying there, and at night around 11pm I'll just pull out a super tiny collectible airbed or mattress I have, sleep for 6 to 7 hours and wake up in the morning before everyone else is back to work. So, from living viewpoint, the only thing they might notice is me sleeping there at night and nothing else.
About the homeless shelter, If I want use the address of a homeless shelter and give it to DMV for my driver's license, then, do I need to practically live in that homeless shelter everyday or I could just use the address without actually living there? If this is an option, then I guess I don't need a letterhead from my employer to state that I'm living in my workplace?
I just really don't understand why employer should have any problems with someone sleeping there at night for a few hours, they could interpret it as they just hired a hard-worker who wants to get up early in the morning and start the work rather than a homeless guy!"