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Can someone have two A File Numbers?

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Filed: Country: Japan
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My fiance and I have been waiting for a little over two months for Seoul to receive an 'A-File' from the US to complete the I-212 waiver we filed. We might be thinking too much, but I was wondering if someone can have two A-file Numbers? Looking at the NOA2 I see a number Axxx xxx xxx. I assumed this would be the only number. Then we looked at her passport and on the expedited removal stamp there is another Axx xxx xxx number written, but it is different. Is that also an A-file number? Could that be a problem?

Thanks for any suggestions.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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It won't be a problem as long as you submitted all of the paperwork. . .my husband has ended up with three different A #'s over the whole process. . .one for the applications, one for the expedited removal and a new one when he was admitted as a PR. . . not a big deal.

Everything in immigration takes an inordinate amount of time.

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