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Where I could find my I-94 number?
Posted 17 July 2009 - 03:09 PM
I am starting to make my AOS package because my wedding is 2 weeks from now, and we wanted to send it at the mid of August.
I am a K-1 Visa holder. I am a little bit confuse and I wanted to make sure that I am right regarding the form I-94.
PLEASE CORRECT IF I AM WRONG.
- The I-94 Form is the piece of detached paper that return to you by immigration in your POE. It has departure record and admission number.
- The I-94 number below of "admission number" with 9 numbers and 2 numbers that a bit far is the one written on that piece of paper where they stamped the validity and expiration of 90-days.
Where I could find my non-immigrant number in my passport? Is it the same as alien number?
Thanks a lot! I really appreciate what you will share regarding on this matter.
Lifting Condition (I-751)
09/09/2011 - Sent the package to CSC
09/13/2011 - CSC received the package
09/15/2011 - CSC cashed check and NOA1 Received
09/26/2011 - Biometrics Appointment Notice Date (Sent)
10/13/2011 - Early Biometrics
10/19/2011 - Biometrics Appointment
10/26/2011 - GC expiration
11/25/2011 - Received RFE
11/28/2011 - Sent response to RFE
01/13/2012 - Ordered card production (Approved)
01/19/2012 - 10 yrs GC received
Posted 19 July 2009 - 02:32 PM
It is different from Alien number.
03-03-2009 - AOS, EAD, AP sent to Chicago office (USPS)
03-11-2009 - Notice Date
03-25-2009 - Case transferred to CSC
05-05-2009 - GC, EAD card, AP received.
Posted 19 July 2009 - 06:46 PM
Try viewing the Sample form. I know it helped me.
3/23/14 - N400 package sent to Phoenix
3/27/14 - N400 package delivered
4/3/14 - NOA1 receipt date
4/4/14 - check cashed
04/29/14 - biometrics date
07/01/14 - interview date
xx/xx/xx - Oath Ceremony
Posted 22 July 2009 - 07:17 PM
I'm also confused about the I-94 number. His I-94 stapled to his passport has 9 digits & 2 more spaced to the right of that number as mentioned above. Then on the back is handwritten another 9 digit number preceded by what could possibly be a '1', '4' or the letter 'A' (can't tell by the scribble what it is).
Can anyone advise which numbers to use & where to find the A number? Thanks!
Posted 22 July 2009 - 07:23 PM
Nonimmigrant Visa Number = 8 digit red number on the bottom right of your visa
A# = 8 digit number preceded by A, listed on your NOA2
I-94# = 11 digit black number on the top left of your I-94 card, which should be stapled to your passport
WHEW! Found this in the pinned AOS thread after searching for '94'. Answered my own question thanks to sweetpiano & hopefully helps others.
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