What to do if You Don’t Have a Form – Part II

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Written by: Director Robert Groves

If you have not received a census form or you think you were left off your household’s census form, you can pick up a Be Counted form to ensure you are counted. Be Counted forms are available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and Russian, and are available at nearly 39,000 community locations nationwide. Mail it back in the attached postage-paid envelope today!

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2 Responses to What to do if You Don’t Have a Form – Part II

  1. Franklin Keene says:

    I never received a census form in the mail, so I could not send it in by April 16. I live in a rural community and do not know where to pick up the forms. This is now May 6 and no one has visited my home. What do I do”

  2. Bonnie Dozer says:

    I was never sent a census form in the mail, so I’m not counted. Why didn’t I receive a census form in the mail?

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