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8-Digit number preceded by an "A" - e.g., A########

NINE digits.. according to USCIS instructions the leading zero must be included e.g. A084######


AOS from B-2

08/05/08 I-485 filed

02/03/09 CGC received

12/09/10 I-751 filed

04/07/11 GC received

11/1/11 N-400 filed

02/24/12 USC

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Well, I dont see anything that says "NOA1" or "NOA2". The approval letter we got from the national visa

center--is this the NOA1? I also got a notice of action I-797C. But nowhere do I see any "noa1" or noa2"

I realize that the A-number is the alien registration number. I see an 8 digit number on her visa

that starts with 9. Is this it?

I assume the A-number is the same as the number on the bottom of a K-1 visa?

Starts with "A" (also on your NOA2 - sometimes on the NOA1) - Alien Registration Number. :thumbs:

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Ok. I think I found it despite the fact that it doesnt say "alien registration number". On the I-797,

(perhaps noa1?) it says (Beneficiary) A0## ### ###

8-Digit number preceded by an "A" - e.g., A########

NINE digits.. according to USCIS instructions the leading zero must be included e.g. A084######

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Well, I dont see anything that says "NOA1" or "NOA2". The approval letter we got from the national visa

center--is this the NOA1? I also got a notice of action I-797C. But nowhere do I see any "noa1" or noa2"

I realize that the A-number is the alien registration number. I see an 8 digit number on her visa

that starts with 9. Is this it?

I assume the A-number is the same as the number on the bottom of a K-1 visa?

Starts with "A" (also on your NOA2 - sometimes on the NOA1) - Alien Registration Number. :thumbs:

Notice of Action = NOA

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It was in the same box as my wife/beneficiary's name on the NOA.


2-2-07 Sent I-129F to NSC

2-6-07 NSC received USPS mail, NSC then to CSC

2-15-07 NOA1 -file received

2-16-07 check cashed

2-23-07 touched

5-4-07 NOA2 approval -email

5-13-07 sent cancellation request letter

6-7-07 we're going to retry with a K-3

8-6-07 married in Thailand (dual language, dual representation prenuptial)

8-7-07 sent K3 from Bangkok

9-10-07 I-130 NOA1, (received at CSC 8-9-07)

10-9-07 sent I-129F to CSC

11-1-07 touched I-130

requested consular processing I-130 (http://www.uscis.gov/files/pressrelease/PN_i-129f.pdf)

9-13-07 I-129F for Spouse arrived CSC via USPS return rcpt. requested

4-1-08 NOA2 for K3 (I-134 supposed to be processed but processed I-129F instead)

7-11-08 interview Bangkok, passed.

7-16-08 POE arrival, 2 hours in Seattle Customs.

AOS I-486 sent 4-4-09

AOS NOA1 4-13-09 for all; I-485, I-131, I765

RFE 4-27-09 Thai official document in lieu of original Birth Certificate not sufficient???

Infopass appointment 5-26-09 at USCIS. Officer thought our doc was valid and doesn't know why the RFE.

7-28-09 EAD and AP sent

Social Security card 8-4-09

interview 9-10-09

10 year green card expires 9-17-19, Permanent Resident Card.

Resident since 9-10-09.

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