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Does belonging to a marching band count as a "Foundation, Club, Party, or Society" under Part 9 of the N-400?

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Going over my N-400 application, and in Part 9 it asks for a list of "Foundation, Clubs, Society's, or Party's". I was a member of a volunteer marching band in Canada from middle-school till a few months before coming to the US. Does that need to be listed under part 9?

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  1. No. It is a political organization they are really looking for there more like an "Islamic charity" or some sorts or something akin to that.

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  2. Yes. Go ahead and list it since transparency in such affiliations is the best policy.

    Response to this question does NOT establish an attorney-client relationship with the person requesting such information.

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