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Annotation on I-551 Visa

#1 rostov007

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Posted 23 August 2011 - 08:52 PM

Can anyone who has received an I-551 already tell me some information they know about the annotation field?

My search on this site has returned actual data in this field pertaining to vaccinations, etc. Ours has ** . Does this mean "No annotations" or "Double Secret Probation Annotation"? :-)

Can't find any reference to **.

Thanks in advance.
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#2 rostov007

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Posted 24 August 2011 - 06:49 AM

Can anyone who has received an I-551 already tell me some information they know about the annotation field?

My search on this site has returned actual data in this field pertaining to vaccinations, etc. Ours has ** . Does this mean "No annotations" or "Double Secret Probation Annotation"? :-)

Can't find any reference to **.

Thanks in advance.


*UPDATE*

I found two documents that show them, albeit differently. One is a document for Air and Sea Carriers training them on documents required to board vessels to the US. The example I-551 shows ** just like ours.

The second is a handbook for employers dealing with the I-9 form, the example in this book shows a single *.

Apparently there is some meaning to them, but I don't know what it is yet. Both examples look identical in every other way.

Still looking.
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