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I have already completed my biometrics after submitting my i-751 for RoC. On the form I received for the ASC appointment, I see that there are two application numbers; One starts with I751 - EACxxxxxxxxx (Application Number 1) and the other application number starts with CRI89 - EACxxxxxxxxx (Application Number 2) . Both the EAC numbers are different.

 

I am able to see the current status of only Application Number 2. I do not have any dependents. It's just me and my citizen spouse.

 

Those of you, who have already gone through this process, would you be able to explain what these two application numbers are and how soon after the biometrics can we expect to get the 10 year GC?

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when you sign up and check your case status, use the CRI89 number.  The other one won't work.

 

It takes about a about a yearish.  Little less if you go through California, and a little more if you go through vermont.  Since you have an EAC number, expect it to be at least a year. 

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1 minute ago, NikLR said:

when you sign up and check your case status, use the CRI89 number.  The other one won't work.

 

It takes about a about a yearish.  Little less if you go through California, and a little more if you go through vermont.  Since you have an EAC number, expect it to be at least a year. 

 

Do you by any chance know why there are two such application numbers?

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One number is assigned to your I-751 when USCIS receives it and when they enter the petition into their system, the system creates the 2nd number, associated with the CRI189. That's how it was explained to me.

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The first is your I-751 number.  The next is your biometrics appointment number.  Since you cannot proceed in the ROC process until you complete your biometrics appointment, that is why you use the second number to check status.

 

Sukie in NY

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