I did not. nbsp;It's also not listed on their certificates of citizenship, and those are prepared by DHS, who has all the information and left it off, so I figured that was the standard to follow.Aliases are used to track identities so they can ensure public safety. nbsp;I think any government official would be hardpressed to make a case that your young daughter could possibly have a past worth keeping tabs on in those terms.nbsp;
IDK, Charlotte has made a lot of mayhem in her time lol. Though more a matter of personal safety than public safety.
Thanks, guys. This is what I was thinking, too. But between my having legally changed my first and middle names when I was 18 and having been married twice, I had quite the alias section to fill out lol.