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Hi,

At the bottom of the G-325A, it asks you to print your name and A#. On the sample I am viewing, the sample had the lady print her maiden name, before marriage. At the top of the page, we have my wife listed with her new married name as the family name, so...what name do we print at the bottom of the page...her new married name or her maiden(name while still single) name? Thanks for any help.

Also, we understand that the file number is listed as A# on the visa...correct? We tried to input that number into the G-325A but my wife's number seems to have one numeral too many? My wifes number is like this...00 000 000....8 digits, in the samples there are only 7 digits in the number.

One last question, how many copies do we need of the G-325A for adjustment of status?

Thanks again for any help and GOD bless,

James and Erma

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The 5/31/09 edition of the G-325A form had 3 copies in one pdf but the updated 2011 edition only has 1, so it looks like you'll only need to fill out one copy for form I-485.

When was her A# issued? A quick Google search told me that those with 8 digits are the older ones (so the 7 digit ones are way older). Mine actually has 9.

I would say keep it consistent by placing her married name on all forms you will be submitting, especially since that is what you want printed on her green card. You don't want to cause any confusion.

I wish you luck!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Israel
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so is the 'A' number the same one that is shown on the NOA2? we didn't see an 'A' number on my fiancee's k-1 visa


TIMELINE:

03.06.09 - Filed I-129F

03.09.09 - Received NOA1

09.14.09 - RFE received

09.16.09 - RFE response sent

09.22.09 - NOA2!!!

09.28.09 - Case received by NVC

10.01.09 - NVC sent case to embassy

10.07.09 - Consulate received case, packet 3 sent via email

10.12.09 - Packet 3 checklist sent to embassy

10.21.09 - Embassy received completed checklist

12.14.09 - Appointment letter issued

01.19.10 - Interview

01.28.10 - 2nd interview

02.10.10 - Visa in hand!!!

04.01.10 - POE in Chicago

04.23.10 - Marriage

05.11.10 - Filed AOS, EAD, & AP

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so is the 'A' number the same one that is shown on the NOA2? we didn't see an 'A' number on my fiancee's k-1 visa

I didn't even think about looking for a number on the NOA2 until you asked me the question, and yes the number is the same except it has a 0 as a first number, making it 9 digits on there.

Thanks again,

James and Erma

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