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Old 09-17-2019, 02:35 AM
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we are started filling out the application for prospective marriage visa 300. we came to the page where it asks for the sponsors family members name and basic details. (parents, siblings etc). it also asks for step siblings. I do have two step sisters. but i dont speak with them. So i dont know their details. particularly one i dont know what her legal name is (she got married then divorced no idea if she did name change).
Is it absolutely necessary to get this information entered? or can i leave it out. i have entered all other siblings and parents. and in laws.

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Old 09-17-2019, 10:15 PM
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Generally you should complete it with the most accurate and complete information you can. Perhaps you can include her name as you last knew it and if there is a comment box on the form for any additional information you can make a note that you don't know if this is her current legal name as you have lost contact with her.

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