Form N-400, Application for Naturalization, requires you to provide your travel data, places where you lived, and even your places of work and study during the time you resided in the United States. This information must be presented in parts 8, 9, and 11 on your application form.
The available space on Form N-400 is often not enough to mention all your travels or places of work. Therefore, you will need to add a separate sheet of paper with your data. You must not omit any relevant data, because this may lead to rejection of your Application for Naturalization.
Always write your first and last name, and your A-number (Alien Registration Number) at the top of each sheet. Additionally, you need to mention the page, part, and field numbers of the application which your answer refers to. Lastly, USCIS officers prefer when applicants use paper clips to attach extra sheets of paper.