Sign name or print name when given 簽 and 填

I am filling out the ROC passport application form. In question 12 in the first blank field, I am told on the form to 填 my name, but in the instructions I am told to 簽 my name. I think of 簽 as providing a signature, and 填 as printing my name clearly (not a signature). What do they want here?

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