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Hi all,

I have a very unique situation....My father is transgendered and I believe he could possibly be going by his female name. Would I put his male name or his female name? Thank you for all your help.

In Christ

Chris


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Has she legally changed her name? If yes, there you go.


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Hi all,

I have a very unique situation....My father is transgendered and I believe he could possibly be going by his female name. Would I put his male name or his female name? Thank you for all your help.

In Christ

Chris

In what possible way are you "unique" You have a father, your father has a name. WOW! How special!

what is your father's name? Enter it.

Is this a difficult question?

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Hi all,

I have a very unique situation....My father is transgendered and I believe he could possibly be going by his female name. Would I put his male name or his female name? Thank you for all your help.

In Christ

Chris

Chris, I agree with the person who said just go with whatever the legal name is that way if you will need documentation for anything, you will be able to provide it.

Good luck with everything!

Rose


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In what possible way are you "unique" You have a father, your father has a name. WOW! How special!

what is your father's name? Enter it.

Is this a difficult question?

I am shocked by the rude response to this topic posted above.

I agree in posting your father's legal name. Perhaps it would be worth attaching a letter clarifying the situation? Best of luck to you!!!

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If your father has already legally changed names then use the new one. If the legal name change hasn't happened yet then use the old one. If your father has a new name and there is a place that asks for other names use document ALL names that have been used.


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If your father has already legally changed names then use the new one. If the legal name change hasn't happened yet then use the old one. If your father has a new name and there is a place that asks for other names use document ALL names that have been used.

Agreed :)

Good luck on your visa journey :)


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