Enumerator: Keep in mind the following instructions for questions 7, 8 and 9:
a. Mark "in this place" if referring to the same district in which the person is being enumerated;
b. Mark "in another place" if referring to another district, and specify the name of the district, whether it is a city/town or company [compañía]/colony [colonia]/indigenous community, and the name of the department.
c. If you marked "in another country," write the name of the country.
8. Where did your mother live when you were born?
(Write the place where the mother of the person who is being enumerated lived.)
 1 In this place - Go on to chapter F
 2 In another part of the country
 1 City/town
 6 Company [compañía]/colony [colonia]/indigenous community
 3 In another country
City or town
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
D. List of persons
E. Population information for all persons
Before enumerating each of the members of the household, you should note the order number, the name and last name and relationship on the page that corresponds to each of them in the same order as chapter D (Question 28). After registering all of the persons, you should complete the information for each of them, beginning with the head of household, male or female.
Question 8: Where did your mother live when you were born?
You should always refer to the place of residency of the mother of the person whose information you are taking.
Part 2 should only be completed if the district is different from the district where you are enumerating and you should not forget to mark the circle.
Do not forget to write the year of arrival of the person being enumerated, in the case where his/her mother had been living "in another country".
This variable indicates if the person was born abroad, in a city or town, or in an indigenous community.