The short answer is “yes”, you need to list all of your children on Form N-400. You will need to complete Part 11. “Information About Your Children”. Do it the following way.
Item Number 1.Indicate your total number of children. Count all of your children, regardless of whether they are alive, missing, deceased; born in other countries or in the United States; under 18 years of age or over 18 years of age; married or unmarried; living with you or elsewhere; current stepchildren; legally adopted children; or children born when you were not married.
Item Number 2.Provide information about all your children listed in Item Number 1, regardless of age. If needed, use a separate sheet of paper to provide the information requested. Provide the following information for each child including the child’s current legal name; A-Number (if applicable); date of birth; country of birth (type or print the name of the country at the time of your child’s birth, even if the name changed); relationship to you (for example, biological child, stepchild, legally adopted child); and current address.
- If your son or daughter is living with you, type or print “Child Residing With Me” in the space provided for the child’s address;
- If your son or daughter is not living with you, type or print the address where your child resides; or
- If your son or daughter is missing or deceased, type or print “Child Missing” or “Child Deceased” in the space provided for the address.