Odd question for this forum to be sure but here goes...I would use whichever of the two middle names you have customarily used in the past.
In other words, if your driver's license has one middle name, use that initial. It makes sense to use the middle name that you use most often.
If you prefer to use both names or their initials, attach something in writing explaining this.
LAW OFFICE OF MICHAEL MARLEY
PHONE 917 853 4484
Put both in the answer box.
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If possible, use both middle initials. Remember, we had a president recently with two middle names.
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Review how your over meant issued Id is generated and go from there.
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