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I-751 support information needs name and A# on each page too, or not needed?

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I am working on my I-751 form and supporting evidence. There's a LOT of supporting paperwork, and I was wondering if each of thse pages also needs to have my name and A# on it. Or is that ONLY needed for extra paperwork that is needed to comment on any questions on the I-751 form itself.

Just confused with the instructions saying:

Instructions

Please read these instructions carefully to properly complete this form. If you need more space to complete an answer, use a separate sheet(s) of paper. Write your name and Alien Registration Number (A #), if any, at the top of each sheet of paper and indicate the section and number of the item to which the answer refers.

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Filed: IR-5 Country: United Kingdom
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Actually on all my documents I scanned them to my laptop then edited them in word by describing what the document was and my A# and name as a header.

The instructions I believe just refer to what you fill in on the actual I-751 form, but I figured it wouldn't hurt to put the A# and name as a header on my 112 docs :)

Good luck!


I-130 for both parents

March 28th 2013 - Priority date/ NOA 1
November 14th 2013 - Transferred to Nebraska Service Center

January 7th 2014 - Case changed online to approved for both

January 8th 2014 - case changed to shipped to NVC

January 9th 2014 - case changed to NOA 2 mailed

January 10th 2014 - Received the hardcopy of the NOA 2 stating that NVC would issue a case number in 30 days approx.

January 21st 2014 - Case Received at NVC

February 26th 2014 - Case numbers and IIN number received - Wrong embassy code assigned...now waiting for new case numbers.

March 3rd 2014 - Filled in DS-261 for both parents

March 5th 2014- AOS available, paid and submitted AOS packet.

March 6th 2014 - USPS shows packet was delivered at NVC

March 10th 2014 - AOS shows as paid in the CEAC portal/AOS logged into system as being received by NVC.

March 11th 2014 - New case number assigned for my Dad.

March 20th 2014 - Paid IV fee for my Mum.

March 25th 2014 - AOS accepted by NVC with no checklist.

March 26th 2014 - Filled in and submitted DS-260 for my Mum

March 31st 2014 - AOS found in my Mum's file for my Dad - accepted and placed into his file/IV fee available for my Dad and Paid.

April 1st - Mailed all civil documents to NVC for both parents.

April 3rd: IV fee shows as paid in portal/submitted DS-260 for my Dad.

April 22nd: checklist issued for civil documents - NVC error ...

April 23rd: sent another certified copy of my marriage certificate

April 24th: Case complete! :)

April 30th 2014 - Medical scheduled for parents at Knightsbridge in London

June 11th: Interview at London Embassy - Approved :)

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Actually on all my documents I scanned them to my laptop then edited them in word by describing what the document was and my A# and name as a header.

The instructions I believe just refer to what you fill in on the actual I-751 form, but I figured it wouldn't hurt to put the A# and name as a header on my 112 docs :)

Good luck!

"but I figured it wouldn't hurt to put the A# and name as a header on my 112 docs" :)

Good idea if they should drop a pile of petitions having papers fly all over the place!!


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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I put my name and A# and application type (I-751) on all of the pages in my package. I figured that way if any pages became separated or lost they would know where to assign them when found. It was a little bit of extra work but I figured it was worth it as an added insurance.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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Not needed - But do what makes you comfortable - the package I sent wasn't too big (about 40 or 50 pages only) and fit nicely in a medium size paper clip. Good Luck


2005

K1

March 2 Filed I-129 F

July 21 Interview in Bogota ** Approved ** Very Easy!

AOS

Oct 19 Mailed AOS Packet to Chicago

2006

Feb 17 AOS interview in Denver. Biometrics also done today! (Interviewing officer ordered them.)

Apr 25 Green card received

2008

Removal of conditions

March 17 Refiled using new I-751 form

April 16 Biometrics done

July 10 Green card production ordered

2009

Citizenship

Jan 20 filed N400

Feb 04 NOA date

Feb 24 Biometrics

May 5 Interview - Centennial (Denver, Colorado) Passed

June 10 Oath Ceremony - Teikyo Loretto Heights, Denver, Colorado

July 7 Received Passport in 3 weeks

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Lol...Believe it or not, I actually did that highlighted header (Name and A#) on the 100+ pages that I had. I agree, it doesn't hurt (well, except my had felt numb for after writing that for a few hours), as it's "better safe than sorry" to write such. Don't worry, the time will pass by quickly while you're doing it while watching tv. And as a bonus, you'll know your A# by heart too...lol...

Ant

Actually on all my documents I scanned them to my laptop then edited them in word by describing what the document was and my A# and name as a header.

The instructions I believe just refer to what you fill in on the actual I-751 form, but I figured it wouldn't hurt to put the A# and name as a header on my 112 docs :)

Good luck!

"but I figured it wouldn't hurt to put the A# and name as a header on my 112 docs" :)

Good idea if they should drop a pile of petitions having papers fly all over the place!!


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: England
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I did sign/add info for any attachments but I didn't for the rest of the paperwork for the I-751/I-485 processes. I did do that for the I-129F/K-1, but actually just printed what info I wanted on address labels and attached them to the documents (of course, attachments I actually signed, etc instead of using the labels) so that might help cut down on writing so much and still add your info to the documents.

PJ

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