at doorstep

at someone's doorstep

 and on someone's doorstep
Fig. in someone's care; as someone's responsibility. Why do you always have to lay your problems at my doorstep? I shall put this issue on someone else's doorstep. I don't want that problem on my doorstep.
See also: doorstep
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The Doorsteps Swipe(SM) app is free from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch devices or at doorsteps.