To fill out form DS-230, first provide the personal information requested in Part I, such as your name, address and names of your family members, according to The Law Dictionary. Form DS-230 has two parts; the first collects basic personal data, while the second requires you to assert that you meet immigration requirements.
Part I also requires your current and past occupations and jobs, your address in the United States, cities and countries in which you've lived since age 16, previous or current military service, and any educational institution you have attended, says The Law Dictionary.
After filling out Part I, attach required documents, such as a marriage certificate, birth certificate and photographs, notes The Law Dictionary. The form includes a list of required documentation and requests only certified or original copies. Part II of the form. This is a sworn statement for your immigrant visa to the United States. A separate Part II form is necessary for each child or dependent family member.
Part II of the form consists of questions relating to eligibility for U.S. citizenship, such as whether you are individual is a drug user, have committed drug trafficking crimes, are a terrorist or spy, and whether you've obtained necessary certifications to work in your occupation in the United States.