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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines

Hey guys,

I'm filling out my G-325A and I'm not too sure about the A# and the Naturalization #.

Yes, I am a naturalized Citizen and from what I gather, the A# is also on the Certificate of Naturalization and above it is the Certificate Number of Naturalization.

My question is do I put both numbers on the form?

(Probably a dumb question, but I just want to make sure it's right)

Thanks :)

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand

You can put both numbers on the form.

I have also seen postings arguing that once you are Naturalized, the A# no longer exists or no longer has meaning.

But people like to argue just for the sake of contrariness in cyberspace.

Put both if you like. The Certificate Number from your Naturalization Certificate is the one that matters.

Naturalization N-400

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