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We're getting ready to file our second I-129F.

Part B, question 9 asks for an A# (if any).

She had an A# for her previous K1, which we used last year. She returned to Russia without marrying me after visiting me.

Do they want me to give them that A# -- or in the context of this new petition does she in fact not yet have an A#, since I haven't yet filed this second petition? I'll need to fill in the G-325A's consistently with whatever I write here.

Thanks for help.


5-15-2002 Met, by chance, while I traveled on business

3-15-2005 I-129F
9-18-2005 Visa in hand
11-23-2005 She arrives in USA
1-18-2006 She returns to Russia, engaged but not married

11-10-2006 We got married!

2-12-2007 I-130 sent by Express mail to NSC
2-26-2007 I-129F sent by Express mail to Chicago lock box
6-25-2007 Both NOA2s in hand; notice date 6-15-2007
9-17-2007 K3 visa in hand
11-12-2007 POE Atlanta

8-14-2008 AOS packet sent
9-13-2008 biometrics
1-30-2009 AOS interview
2-12-2009 10-yr Green Card arrives in mail

2-11-2014 US Citizenship ceremony

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We're getting ready to file our second I-129F.

Part B, question 9 asks for an A# (if any).

She had an A# for her previous K1, which we used last year. She returned to Russia without marrying me after visiting me.

Do they want me to give them that A# -- or in the context of this new petition does she in fact not yet have an A#, since I haven't yet filed this second petition? I'll need to fill in the G-325A's consistently with whatever I write here.

Thanks for help.

I think, yes, if she had an A number, that should be entered. However, you can use an additional sheet to explain how she got the A number.


I-130 Timeline with USCIS:

It took 92 days for I-130 to get approved from the filing date

NVC Process of I-130:

It took 78 days to complete the NVC process

Interview Process at The U.S. Embassy

Interview took 223 days from the I-130 filing date. Immigrant Visa was issued right after the interview

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Thanks.

That is exactly what I'm doing -- entering the number and reminding them where this number came from.


5-15-2002 Met, by chance, while I traveled on business

3-15-2005 I-129F
9-18-2005 Visa in hand
11-23-2005 She arrives in USA
1-18-2006 She returns to Russia, engaged but not married

11-10-2006 We got married!

2-12-2007 I-130 sent by Express mail to NSC
2-26-2007 I-129F sent by Express mail to Chicago lock box
6-25-2007 Both NOA2s in hand; notice date 6-15-2007
9-17-2007 K3 visa in hand
11-12-2007 POE Atlanta

8-14-2008 AOS packet sent
9-13-2008 biometrics
1-30-2009 AOS interview
2-12-2009 10-yr Green Card arrives in mail

2-11-2014 US Citizenship ceremony

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