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I-485 and the visa number requeted in the form

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cuba
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I am totally confused with the A number requested in the I-485 form. I am looking at my wife visa, there is a 8 digit red number below the expiration date, but there is also a written number at the top of the visa written by the INS authority at the POE that begins with a letter A and then the I-94 number. Can anyone tell me which one is the number they want in the I-485 form.

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The red number is the Visa Number. The A number is your wife's immigrant number, also known as your Alien number (A for Alien). All of her files at USCIS will be kept under her A number so make sure you keep a hold of this one - it is hers for life:-).


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cuba
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The red number is the Visa Number. The A number is your wife's immigrant number, also known as your Alien number (A for Alien). All of her files at USCIS will be kept under her A number so make sure you keep a hold of this one - it is hers for life:-).

Thanks, Jordin

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Thanks, Jordin

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Thanks, Jordin


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Romania
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The red number is the Visa Number. The A number is your wife's immigrant number, also known as your Alien number (A for Alien). All of her files at USCIS will be kept under her A number so make sure you keep a hold of this one - it is hers for life:-).

It is not uncommon to be assigned a different A# on the I485. I called USCIS about it (happen to me) and they told me it is normal.

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11/17/08 : Application sent (I-130, I-131, I-485, I-765)

11/18/08 : Official receipt of documents stated on I-797C (Signature for receipt at USCIS was on 11/17/2008 at 10PM)

11/28/08 : NOA Received ( I-797C) for all 4 forms (forms issued on 11/26/2008)

12/18/2008: LUD on I-130, I-131, I-765

01/29/2009: Bio done

01/29, 30/2009: LUD on I485 and I765

2/10/2009: issued AP, valid 1 year for multiple entries.

2/23/2009: Got EAD card

3/8/2009: LUD on all applications. Shows approval of I131 and I765, still pending on I130, I485.

04/28/2009 at 9:30 AM: Interview. Told to wait 90 days for a resolution by mail.

05/01/2009: Card production ordered.

05/06/2009: Received approval NOAs for I130 and I485 (welcome notice, 10 years card). I130 still shows case received and pending.

06/18/2009: got the 10 years validity card. Process length: 213 days since sending the applications.

No RFE at all along the process.

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