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Hi All,

Do you know what is OMB number & expiration date? While I was checking our current case status for form I129F, I saw a notification below (in red) says: ''OMB control no. 1615-0080, Expiration date 6-30-2012''. Can you please advise?

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Hi All,

Do you know what is OMB number & expiration date? While I was checking our current case status for form I129F, I saw a notification below (in red) says: ''OMB control no. 1615-0080, Expiration date 6-30-2012''. Can you please advise?

Thanks

It's just the number of the particular form used by the U.S. government, and the expiration date is the date that the form is due to be updated, although it doesn't always happen on time. It has nothing to do with your case.

OMB stands for Office of Management and Budget, which is the part of the government that administers and tracks paperwork and governmental forms.

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Hi All,

Do you know what is OMB number & expiration date? While I was checking our current case status for form I129F, I saw a notification below (in red) says: ''OMB control no. 1615-0080, Expiration date 6-30-2012''. Can you please advise?

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Had the same question. We have the same Control No. and Expiration date.

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It is just a document number allowing them to use certain language and display the information in a certain form on their website...since everything theu do has to be uniformed and it has to be approved by the OMB...if you need more info here is the link

http://www.reginfo.gov/public/servlet/ForwardServlet?SearchTarget=PRA&textfield=1615-0080

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Whin I cheek in e-dv the result desplaye omb control number in green color pls advise me

Don't worry, and don't give it another thought.

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