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I am filling out the G325A, what is the Alien Registration number, and where do I find it.

thanks

If you had one, you would already know it. For my wife's form we left that blank.

Hope this helps!

Mike


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07/19/2003 - Met here in the US and just clicked

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I am filling out the G325A, what is the Alien Registration number, and where do I find it.

thanks

Hi

we did put "None" for both mine and my husband's G-325A

good luck :star:


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is it ok to put NONE in the G-325?

i went from F1 to H1B and i never recall having a Alien Registration number

Maybe a stupid question but will a USA citizen have a Alien Registration number????

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Only if the US citizen is an alien from outer space. ET probably had one. He came from a foreign solar system, got caught, and at that moment he got his alien number. Luckily he escaped and could go home.

Then again, he wasn't really a US citizen, was he?

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If you have never had a visa to the USA then you don't have one so the answer is none. No, a US born Citizen doesn't have an Alien Registration number, BUT a naturalized one will. You may have to fill it out manually as the PDF only accepts numbers in certain spots.

from the USCIS website:

Alien Registration Number ("A" Number) or Alien Number

A unique seven-, eight- or nine-digit number assigned to a non-citizen at the time his or her A-file is created. The 9-digit U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services number listed on the front of Permanent Resident Cards (Form I-551) issued after May 10, 2010, is the same as the Alien Registration Number. The A-number can also be found on the back of these Permanent Resident Cards.


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If you have never had a visa to the USA then you don't have one so the answer is none. No, a US born Citizen doesn't have an Alien Registration number, BUT a naturalized one will. You may have to fill it out manually as the PDF only accepts numbers in certain spots.

from the USCIS website:

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