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Hi sorry for bringing this topic back but we are having the same problem we r on the process of filling up form i130 and its asking for the alien reg # husband also acquired his citizenship thru naturalization thru parents is this going to be a problem if we just cross the parents part and living the said part blank? And just attack all copies of his passport? Thank you all in advance!


CSC

7/14/15 NOA1

8/21/15 NOA2

NVC

9/10/15 NVC Received

9/23/15 CASE NO & IIN Assigned

9/23/15 DS 261 COMPLETED

9/23/15 AOS FEE PAID

9/28/15 DS 261 Reviewed OTP

10/01/15 IV Fee In Process

10/07/15 DS 260 Completed

10/22/15 Scan date of AOS/IV Package

11/25/15 CC!

12/01/15 Interview Scheduled

12/04/15 P4 Received

12/07/15 SLEC Medical Day 1

12/08/15 SLEC Day 2 - Result at hand

1/12/16 Interview Sched - APPROVED!

1/15/16 VISA ON HAND (Pick up at MOA)

1/17/16 Green Card Fee paid

1/22/16 POE

2/22/16 GREENCARD on HAND!

VSC

11/02/17 Received I-751

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Hi sorry for bringing this topic back but we are having the same problem we r on the process of filling up form i130 and its asking for the alien reg # husband also acquired his citizenship thru naturalization thru parents is this going to be a problem if we just cross the parents part and living the said part blank? And just attack all copies of his passport? Thank you all in advance!

If he has an alien registration number of his own then include it, if he got his USC from his parents becoming USC then he has not A# and writes "N/A" in that space. Just check that he got his USC from his parents and that he has no A#. Do not alter the form.

Dave

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If he has an alien registration number of his own then include it, if he got his USC from his parents becoming USC then he has not A# and writes "N/A" in that space. Just check that he got his USC from his parents and that he has no A#. Do not alter the form.

Dave

Thank you for taking time in answering my query means a lot! God bless!


CSC

7/14/15 NOA1

8/21/15 NOA2

NVC

9/10/15 NVC Received

9/23/15 CASE NO & IIN Assigned

9/23/15 DS 261 COMPLETED

9/23/15 AOS FEE PAID

9/28/15 DS 261 Reviewed OTP

10/01/15 IV Fee In Process

10/07/15 DS 260 Completed

10/22/15 Scan date of AOS/IV Package

11/25/15 CC!

12/01/15 Interview Scheduled

12/04/15 P4 Received

12/07/15 SLEC Medical Day 1

12/08/15 SLEC Day 2 - Result at hand

1/12/16 Interview Sched - APPROVED!

1/15/16 VISA ON HAND (Pick up at MOA)

1/17/16 Green Card Fee paid

1/22/16 POE

2/22/16 GREENCARD on HAND!

VSC

11/02/17 Received I-751

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