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I've just started to fill out the AOS papers and on the I-485 form they ask for the A#, the I-94 # and also a nonimmigrant visa number. At POE I got the A number written down in my passport and on my white I-94. But thats it. So is the A# the same as the I-94#? And what is the nonimmigrant visa number then? *confused*

how did u guys write it on yours? any help would be appreciated.

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A# is the number starts with A, and I didn't have one so I put none, if you have one you can put it there,

I-94 number is the number top left corner of your I-94(mine's 11 digit) . and visa # is red number, right bottom corner of your visa.


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I suppose so, that's what I filled.

while i was checking visa# for you, i found out I put wrong visa number for my application. jeez. I'm crazy.... :crying:


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2009. 5.15 Check Cashed

2009. 5.18 Recvd NOA1, NOA date is 5/13/09

2009. 6.16 Biometrics done

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2009. 9.21 Oath

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The A-number does not necessarily start with an A (my husband's is nine numbers), but unless you have previously received an EAD (like if you were on F-1 OPT or J-2) you probably won't have one.

And LoveLove, I read somewhere online about a person putting the wrong visa number on their forms (she put the control number instead of the visa number) and at the AOS interview, the interviewer crossed it out and wrote in the right number after looking at her passport. So hopefully you'll be fine!


4.21.06 - Married!

5.2.06 - Mailed AOS and EAD to Chicago

5.4.06 - Application arrives in lockbox

5.9.06 - NOA 1 for AOS and EAD

5.11.06 - NOA 1 rec'd!

5.17.06 - Touched (AOS, EAD)

5.19.06 - Touched (AOS, EAD)

5.20.06 - Biometrics notice for AOS and EAD

5.30.06 - Biometrics!

6.1.06 - Touched (AOS)

6.3.06 - Touched (AOS, EAD)

6.26.06 - Interview notice!!! (Aug. 9 at 10 a.m.)

7.6.06 - Touched (EAD)

7.8.06 - Touched (EAD)

7.10.06 - Touched (EAD)

7.11.06 - EAD approval notice!!!

7.15.06 - EAD card rec'd!

8.9.06 - Interview - APPROVED!!!

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I used the same # (visa # ) for all A#, visa # etc. - and the interviewer just corrected it and put the right number on the I485. So, nothing to worry about if you used the wrong #.

Your case has a case # and everything else must be secondary to that - and they are able to make corrections easily - i conclude based on our case. Good Luck

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2006

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The A-number does not necessarily start with an A (my husband's is nine numbers), but unless you have previously received an EAD (like if you were on F-1 OPT or J-2) you probably won't have one.

And LoveLove, I read somewhere online about a person putting the wrong visa number on their forms (she put the control number instead of the visa number) and at the AOS interview, the interviewer crossed it out and wrote in the right number after looking at her passport. So hopefully you'll be fine!

Thank you for much!!

you made my day :D


*Last Journey Started*

N-400

2009. 5. 6 Mailed N-400 to AZ Lockbox

2009. 5.15 Check Cashed

2009. 5.18 Recvd NOA1, NOA date is 5/13/09

2009. 6.16 Biometrics done

2009. 9.14 Interview - Passed!

2009. 9.21 Oath

Finally done with USCIS... FOREVER I hope

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Bobi, the A# is the one you have on your NOA2 (for K1).... it's the alien number (Beneficiary).

Good Luck!


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2005

5/6 - I-129F Package sent to Texas Service Center

6/7 - 1st NOA received

6/27 - 2nd NOA received

8/8 - Our process was completed and forwarded to the US Embassy in Rio de Janeiro

9/14 - Received packet 3 (instruction packet)

9/23 - Sent the Packet 3 back to the US Embassy

10/3 - Got my interview date!!!

11/7 - Interview date. I wasn't approved, needed a co-sponsor

11/24 - Sent co-sponsor's I-134 to the US Consulate

11/25 - Visa Approved

2006

12/13- Arrived in the US. POE: Atlanta

2/11- Our wedding!

AOS

04/24- I-485/EAD sent to Chicago

05/05- both NOA1

05/30- Biometrics in SC

06/01- AOS/EAD "touched"

06/03- RFE sent to me

06/09- Received RFE letter - Mailed back overnight

07/03- EAD "touched"

07/07- EAD approved/mailed

07/10- EAD card received

09/13- Interview

09/29- Rec'd Green Card

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I-751

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Bobi, the A# is the one you have on your NOA2 (for K1).... it's the alien number (Beneficiary).

Good Luck!

The A# is actually on the NOA1 the I-797. It should also be there on the K-1 visa.


K1

06-04-05 Met my fiancee in London

08-20-05 Engagement in Manchester, UK

09-07-05 Filed for I-129F

09-14-05 I-129F NOA1 Receipt

10-11-05 I-129F NOA2 Approved

10-13-05 NVC mails petition to US embassy in London

11-07-05 Received packet from US embassy

01-12-05 Medical Examination

02-03-06 Interview Date

02-06-06 Visa Received

03-10-06 U.S. Entry at Newark Liberty Intl.

AOS

04-03-06 Got Married

04-11-06 Picked up Marriage Certificate

04-13-06 Applied for Social Security

04-15-06 Went to Civil Surgeon's for I-693A

04-17-06 Picked up I-693A from Civil Surgeons

04-19-06 Received Social Security card

04-22-06 Sent AOS package

05-04-06 Checks cashed for AOS and EAD

05-06-06 NOA1 received for AOS and EAD

05-13-06 AOS and EAD touched

05-15-06 Appt. letter for Biometrics

05-20-06 Biometrics Appointment

05-25-06 AOS and EAD touched

07-20-06 EAD Approved

07-25-06 EAD received in mail

07-27-06 Notice for interview

09-26-06 AOS Approved

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