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Verification for retired Military personnel

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Hi all - had a question that i'm trying to resolve. I am filling in the DS230 forms for my parents in India.

My father is ex-military and he has been ALL over India since he was commissioned into the Air Force. I suppose his application will require all the records for the last 50 years?? Also, he was stationed in Iraq back in 1979-1981 ... how the heck do we get a verification for my parents while they were in Iraq??

Part II of this question, do while filling out the DS230's for BOTH parents, do I have to put in their names on each form for item 31(a) "Persons accompanying you to the United States now"

I am thinking since its two applications (one for each parent), this may not be required.

Thanks for your help!!

Regards

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