When asked this question, I almost always instruct my clients to put "NONE" and move on.
What is being asked here is of a political (as opposed to professional or hobby) affiliation.
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Not a bad idea to do so, but the government is really looking for politically affiliated organizations.
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Post 9/11 I actually instruct my clients to even put down the most mundane organization/club since in actuality USCIS is looking for misrepresentation of terrorist type organizations etc and I've had clients who honestly omitted being in a mosque congregation got into some hot questioning for trying to "misrepresent" a "membership. So to err on the side of caution just put down whatever member you have been in since attaining age of majority, ie. 18. USCIS and the Feds are now perpetually paranoid post 9/11 and are looking for ways to deny your application for a benefit not approve it.Ask a similar question
just put what you remember. impress them, but don't brag. this is holdover from the days where they were hunting for Nazis or Communists. (they still do)
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