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G-325 A and I-485 for AOS have problem to fill up..please help me

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I will apply soon for AOS and i strt fill up the forms..I just have some question in the forms that i dont know what to put..For G325 A...what [File Number A]..i put?is that the one found in the back of I-94 form during the port of entry attach on the passport?Is i have already a A# as i enter a k1 visa here in the US?my other question is what should i put fo the [alien registration number]A?Is that they same for the [file number A]and the [alien registration number A]?

For the form I-485...i dont have social security number now.I went to SSN office and bring my marriage certificate,passport and brth crtifcate as the woman told me that i coud not get an SSN when my status immigration in USCIS does not change..cz as of now im still K1 visa for them even im married and not yet process the AOS that woman tell me..so i go home and no SSN get.My problem is when i fill up online the forms I-485 and i put None for my SSN..and it goes 000-000-000.my NONe did not appear and the 9digits zero appear...Is This normal?Then for the A# what should i put?i try to put at the back of my I-94 which i see there..but the number is only 8digits..when i type the 8 digits number///what appear is 9 digit number..they have additional zero on the first number...Is that the A# number found in the back of I-94?

please help me?i really appreciate all ur hep..thank u so much

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The A number or alien registration number is found on your NOA documents. Click here to see a picture It's the best place to look for it.

You might find it also on your visa under your name. It's not the control number and it's not the red number. .

My husband's is written as A.012 345 678 - It can have 8 digits or start with a zero to make 9 digits. Either way, it means the same. And they may have written it on the back of your I-94, but not every POE officer does it.

If you don't have a Social Security number you can leave it blank, then write NONE in the blank with a black pen after you print it if you like. The newer form does change it to 000-00-0000, so I'm sure they are used to getting that by now.

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