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Filling out a DS-5507

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Trying to fill out a DS-5507 for my dad so my sister can get dual citizenship. My dad is a American and I am born in America and have dual citizenship, but my sister is born abroad in the U.K. and over 18 and not living with dad. So the embassy said to fill this out and I don't know if I'm supposed to put just her under children or all his children (we also have a half sibling in Texas). He's been married three times do I need all the info from all three marriages. Does that go on separate pages? He has always lived in America do I need to write every place he's lived and put residence? I don't think he knows the dates of every place he's lived.

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