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Importance of Alien Reg. # & Foreign Fiance Signatures

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Hi,

I hope you don't think I'm stupid, but I have 2 questions and cant find the answers anywhere. My fiance is in Morocco, and I am in the US doing the paperwork, and I am almost finished. But, I have a few questions, if I may: What is this Alien Registration Number that he is supposed to have?, and how do you get one, or do you really need one? (quite confusing). And, the signatures needed by him for the Fiance Letter of Intent & the G-325A Biographic Info Sheet; how am I supposed to get those or not? Please advise if you have the answers to my questions. I sincerely hope that someone can help me, and thanks for your assistance. Sincerely, Carol :help:

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What is this Alien Registration Number that he is supposed to have?, and how do you get one, or do you really need one? (quite confusing). And, the signatures needed by him for the Fiance Letter of Intent & the G-325A Biographic Info Sheet; how am I supposed to get those or not?

It's better known as the A number and unless he's been to the U.S. on a visa before he's not going to have one now. One will be assigned to him when your petition is submitted and it will be on the Notice of Action you receive from the Service Center.

Well you either send him the forms to fill out and send back to you or he downloads them himself and sends them back to you once they have been filled out and signed. There an example of the letter of intent in the example forms. Same thing with that type it out and have him sign it.

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You won't have an Alien Registration Number until you receive NOA2 from USCIS, leave the A# blank. When I visited my fiance this past July I brought a G-325A for her to fill out and sign as well as letter of intent. If this has not been done have them fill out a G-325A, and write a letter of intent, sign them and mail them to you.

NOA2 example where the A# will be.

NOA2.jpg

Note the forms have lines for A number because the beneficiary may have visited the USA on a different type of visa such as Student, Work, even Visitors visa.

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Hi. He must sign the original documents you submit for the G-325A and the letter of intent. You can point him to the website, let him fill out, sign, and mail them to you (G-325A.) Or you can do it, mail the forms to him, he can sign and mail them back. Your choice but they need to be original signatures of the fiance.

The fiance does not receive an alien registration number until they get their visa.

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