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2018 ACS
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2. How is this person related to Person 1?
[ ] Husband or wife
[ ] Biological son or daughter
[ ] Adopted son or daughter
[ ] Stepson or stepdaughter
[ ] Brother or sister
[ ] Father or mother
[ ] Grandchild
[ ] Parent-in-law
[ ] Son-in-law or daughter-in-law
[ ] Other relative
[ ] Roomer or boarder
[ ] Housemate or roommate
[ ] Unmarried partner
[ ] Foster child
[ ] Other nonrelative
3. What is Person X's sex? Mark (X) ONE box.
[ ] Male
[ ] Female

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2017 ACS
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2. How is this person related to Person 1?
[ ] Husband or wife
[ ] Biological son or daughter
[ ] Adopted son or daughter
[ ] Stepson or stepdaughter
[ ] Brother or sister
[ ] Father or mother
[ ] Grandchild
[ ] Parent-in-law
[ ] Son-in-law or daughter-in-law
[ ] Other relative
[ ] Roomer or boarder
[ ] Housemate or roommate
[ ] Unmarried partner
[ ] Foster child
[ ] Other nonrelative
3. What is Person X's sex? Mark (X) ONE box.
[ ] Male
[ ] Female

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2016 ACS
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2. How is this person related to Person 1?
[ ] Husband or wife
[ ] Biological son or daughter
[ ] Adopted son or daughter
[ ] Stepson or stepdaughter
[ ] Brother or sister
[ ] Father or mother
[ ] Grandchild
[ ] Parent-in-law
[ ] Son-in-law or daughter-in-law
[ ] Other relative
[ ] Roomer or boarder
[ ] Housemate or roommate
[ ] Unmarried partner
[ ] Foster child
[ ] Other nonrelative
3. What is Person X's sex? Mark (X) ONE box.
[ ] Male
[ ] Female
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2. If the person is related to Person 1 by birth, marriage, or adoption, but is not the Husband or wife, Biological son or daughter, Adopted son or daughter, Stepson or stepdaughter, Brother or sister, Father or mother, Grandchild, Parent-in-law, Son-in-law or daughter-in-law, of Person 1, mark the "Other relative" box. Therefore, a niece or nephew of Person 1 would be categorized as "Other relative."
If a person is not related to Person 1, mark the applicable box. A "Roomer or boarder" is someone who occupies room(s) and makes cash or non-cash payment(s). A "Housemate or roommate" is someone sharing the house/apartment (but who is not romantically involved) with Person 1. A "Housemate or roommate" is also 15 years old or over and shares living quarters primarily to share expenses. An "Unmarried partner," also known as a domestic partner, is a person who shares a close personal relationship with Person 1. A "Foster child" is someone under the age of 21 who is involved in the formal foster care system. For all other people who are not related to person 1, mark the "Other nonrelative" box.

3. Mark one box to indicate this person's biological sex.


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2015 ACS
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2. How is this person related to Person 1?
[ ] Husband or wife
[ ] Biological son or daughter
[ ] Adopted son or daughter
[ ] Stepson or stepdaughter
[ ] Brother or sister
[ ] Father or mother
[ ] Grandchild
[ ] Parent-in-law
[ ] Son-in-law or daughter-in-law
[ ] Other relative
[ ] Roomer or boarder
[ ] Housemate or roommate
[ ] Unmarried partner
[ ] Foster child
[ ] Other nonrelative
3. What is Person X's sex? Mark (X) ONE box.
[ ] Male
[ ] Female
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2. If the person is related to Person 1 by birth, marriage, or adoption, but is not the Husband or wife, Biological son or daughter, Adopted son or daughter, Stepson or stepdaughter, Brother or sister, Father or mother, Grandchild, Parent-in-law, Son-in-law or daughter-in-law, of Person 1, mark the "Other relative" box. Therefore, a niece or nephew of Person 1 would be categorized as "Other relative."
If a person is not related to Person 1, mark the applicable box. A "Roomer or boarder" is someone who occupies room(s) and makes cash or non-cash payment(s). A "Housemate or roommate" is someone sharing the house/apartment (but who is not romantically involved) with Person 1. An "Unmarried partner," also known as a domestic partner, is a person who shares a close personal relationship with Person 1. A "Foster child" is someone under the age of 21 who is involved in the formal foster care system. For all other people who are not related to person 1, mark the "Other nonrelative" box.

3. Mark one box to indicate this person's biological sex.


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2014 ACS
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2. How is this person related to Person 1?
[ ] Husband or wife
[ ] Biological son or daughter
[ ] Adopted son or daughter
[ ] Stepson or stepdaughter
[ ] Brother or sister
[ ] Father or mother
[ ] Grandchild
[ ] Parent-in-law
[ ] Son-in-law or daughter-in-law
[ ] Other relative
[ ] Roomer or boarder
[ ] Housemate or roommate
[ ] Unmarried partner
[ ] Foster child
[ ] Other nonrelative
3. What is Person X's sex? Mark (X) ONE box.
[ ] Male
[ ] Female
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2. If the person is related to Person 1 by birth, marriage, or adoption, but is not the Husband or wife, Biological son or daughter, Adopted son or daughter, Stepson or stepdaughter, Brother or sister, Father or mother, Grandchild, Parent-in-law, Son-in-law or daughter-in-law, of Person 1, mark the "Other relative" box. Therefore, a niece or nephew of Person 1 would be categorized as "Other relative."
If a person is not related to Person 1, mark the applicable box. A "Roomer or boarder" is someone who occupies room(s) and makes cash or non-cash payment(s). A "Housemate or roommate" is someone sharing the house/apartment (but who is not romantically involved) with Person 1. An "Unmarried partner," also known as a domestic partner, is a person who shares a close personal relationship with Person 1. A "Foster child" is someone under the age of 21 who is involved in the formal foster care system. For all other people who are not related to person 1, mark the "Other nonrelative" box.

3. Mark one box to indicate this person's biological sex.


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2013 ACS
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2. How is this person related to Person 1?
[ ] Husband or wife
[ ] Biological son or daughter
[ ] Adopted son or daughter
[ ] Stepson or stepdaughter
[ ] Brother or sister
[ ] Father or mother
[ ] Grandchild
[ ] Parent-in-law
[ ] Son-in-law or daughter-in-law
[ ] Other relative
[ ] Roomer or boarder
[ ] Housemate or roommate
[ ] Unmarried partner
[ ] Foster child
[ ] Other nonrelative
3. What is Person X's sex? Mark (X) ONE box.
[ ] Male
[ ] Female
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2. If the person is related to Person 1 by birth, marriage, or adoption, but is not the Husband or wife, Biological son or daughter, Adopted son or daughter, Stepson or stepdaughter, Brother or sister, Father or mother, Grandchild, Parent-in-law, Son-in-law or daughter-in-law, of Person 1, mark the "Other relative" box. Therefore, a niece or nephew of Person 1 would be categorized as "Other relative."
If a person is not related to Person 1, mark the applicable box. A "Roomer or boarder" is someone who occupies room(s) and makes cash or non-cash payment(s). A "Housemate or roommate" is someone sharing the house/apartment (but who is not romantically involved) with Person 1. An "Unmarried partner," also known as a domestic partner, is a person who shares a close personal relationship with Person 1. A "Foster child" is someone under the age of 21 who is involved in the formal foster care system. For all other people who are not related to person 1, mark the "Other nonrelative" box.

3. Mark one box to indicate this person's biological sex.