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I was wondering if the NOA1 that is sent by email and txt message for the I485 & I130 include an alien registration number, and could i print that out and use it to apply for college...I need to apply asap deadline is coming up and im worried i wont have it in time

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I don't know which state you live in, as education is a state, not a federal, issue, and every state handles this differently.

In California, for example, you can be an illegal immigrant, as long as you are a resident of the state of California for at least 1 year. They don't care about your Green Card or extension letter, they want to see utility bills for example, if you want to be considered for in-state tuition, which costs a tiny fraction of out-of-state tuition. So even the Green Card or a US passport are worthless for this purpose, if you are not a resident of the state you plan on studying for the time they require you to be a resident. Usually that's a year, but in some states it's only 6 months.


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Hey just bob, thanks for your reply....im actually in MD and i spoke with my college and all they really need is the NOA1 and to receive financial aid i would need the alien registration # thats why i wanted to know if the text and emails have that number on it. Even though i would only be saving a week or two by not having to wait on the NOA1 hard copy, that time will definitely change the outcome of which semester i would be able to start and trust me i would love to start right now.

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Hey just bob, thanks for your reply....im actually in MD and i spoke with my college and all they really need is the NOA1 and to receive financial aid i would need the alien registration # thats why i wanted to know if the text and emails have that number on it. Even though i would only be saving a week or two by not having to wait on the NOA1 hard copy, that time will definitely change the outcome of which semester i would be able to start and trust me i would love to start right now.

Oh no.. The number is NOT included .. please don't expect it..!


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I don't know which state you live in, as education is a state, not a federal, issue, and every state handles this differently.

In California, for example, you can be an illegal immigrant, as long as you are a resident of the state of California for at least 1 year. They don't care about your Green Card or extension letter, they want to see utility bills for example, if you want to be considered for in-state tuition, which costs a tiny fraction of out-of-state tuition. So even the Green Card or a US passport are worthless for this purpose, if you are not a resident of the state you plan on studying for the time they require you to be a resident. Usually that's a year, but in some states it's only 6 months.

It depends on the school. The community college district where I live (San Francisco east bay area) requires proof of lawful presence in order to register. They require international student tuition from any LPR who hasn't had their green card for at least one year, regardless how long they've actually lived in the state. My step daughter has lived in California for well over a year, but will be short of having her green card for a year by about a week when the fall semester begins. We're negotiating with the school to see if she can pay resident tuition for the semester.


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