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A#...PLEASE correct me if I am wrong!!

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Im really confused about what to write on the A#...But anyway I read here that the K1 Visa holder A# can be found on the APPROVAL NOTICE ( also known as the NOA 2 ) for the beneficiary.

Then the A# of the one who petitioned his/her fiancee/fiance is on the visa at your passport..

Am I correct? Because I checked our Approval Notice and my Visa..ITS NOT THE SAME. So I thought both of us have a different A# then.

THANKS!!!!


-------AOS-----

05-29-06 : Application received in Chicago

06-06-06 : NOA1 (MSC)

06-22-06 : Biometrics

08-31-06 : AOS Interview

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Hi Mike and Luvy..I am confused now on what NUMBER should I use for my G325a because the A# on our NOA2 and on my visa is not the same..Did they messed it up or something?

Thanks for the reply!!!


-------AOS-----

05-29-06 : Application received in Chicago

06-06-06 : NOA1 (MSC)

06-22-06 : Biometrics

08-31-06 : AOS Interview

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We had the same problem and decided to put the A# from the visa since that was the latest one. So far so good, but our AOS case is still pending.. We figured that they will also have a copy of the NOA2 and can figure out that multiple A#'s were used for the same person.


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My Husband called up the USCIS and the lady told him to use the A# from the Approval Notice. She also said that the Embassy in Manila did a typographical error on the A# at my visa that they issued.


-------AOS-----

05-29-06 : Application received in Chicago

06-06-06 : NOA1 (MSC)

06-22-06 : Biometrics

08-31-06 : AOS Interview

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In order to petition a fiance you need to be a citizen so they will not have an A#. The person being petitioned can find their A#on the NOA.

Mike and Luvy

Just for completeness, naturalized citizens DO have an A#.

G


I-129F Filing

G (USA)

L (Scotland)

2005-02-05 Sent to TSC

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2005-08-20 Wedding day!!

2005-09-15 Sent AOS docs

2005-09-23 NOA1 rcvd for 485, 765, and 131

2005-11-28 AP rcvd

2006-01-03 EAD rcvd

2006-03-08 AOS interview - Success - pending FBI name check!!

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