Hey guys, quick question about part 9 of the family settlement application. The question reads something like: "Is there any other information you wish to be considered as part of your application?" I just wanted to get a better sense of what, if anything, people include here. Do candidates typically leave this part blank? I am in a unique situation, where I was legally adopted at the age of 4 by the man my mother married after my biological father died. My name was legally changed. I'm including all of that in part 1 of the application ("have you gone by any other names") and am including a certified copy of the original/first birth certificate, original adoption papers, etc., in the documentary evidence that accompanies the application. So I used part 9 to go into a little more explanatory detail about that situation. Does that seem ok to you? Anything else you'd recommend? Thanks in advance for your thoughts!