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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Venezuela
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OK ... im sorry if Im asking too many questions but these forms just drive me insane sometimes.. anyway... I am from South America and as many of you know we use two last names... one from our mother and the other from our dad... so in most forms I filled out my first name, second name and last name (from my father) and I left out the one from my mothers side... should I include that where it asks for other names used? or should I just put NONE?


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I would include it... especially if there is any documentation that lists you as "G momname dadname." What does your Birth Certificate say? If it was only ever used in an unofficial way, however, then it doesn't matter.


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OK ... im sorry if Im asking too many questions but these forms just drive me insane sometimes.. anyway... I am from South America and as many of you know we use two last names... one from our mother and the other from our dad... so in most forms I filled out my first name, second name and last name (from my father) and I left out the one from my mothers side... should I include that where it asks for other names used? or should I just put NONE?

here in Philippines we used to have FIRST NAME,MIDDLE NAME(MOTHERS MAIDEN NAME)LAST NAME(FATHERS) USUALLY IN FORMS THEY ASK FIRST,MIDDLE AND LAST.... SO PUT YOUR MOTHERS FAMILY NAME IN A "MIDDLE NAME"

HOPE THIS WILL HELP YOU..

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Chile
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You have to put it this way: First Name / Middle Name / Last name DAD / Last name MOM

So where ever it says LAST NAME or SURNAME you have to put your two last names.

Thats how it should be in your birth certificate and passport, I assume.

I am from Chile and thats how I filled the forms.

Good luck!


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as another poster above stated, write your name exactly as it appears in birth certificate and passport.


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