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Alien Registration Number

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Hi,

We are starting to fill out the forms needed for my fiancee's Adjustment of Status and I noticed on the G-325a biographical form it is asking for an Alien Registration Number in 2 places. Is this something we should have already? She is here on a K1 Visa and we will be married next week. I looked through all our papers and I am not seeing anything called Aline Registration Number. Thanks in advance!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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The alien number is on the NOA2 and sometimes printed on the Visa.


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Alien registration number is above the beneficiary's name on the K-1 NOA2.

And if you check your beneficiary's visa it is under the petitioners name. (I think this applies if the petitioner is US citizen)

It starts with A123-456-789.

Good luck ;)

Edited by Ferrero Rocher

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Another location for the Alien number is on the back of the I-94. Your benificiary's A number is to be written on the back of the I-94 at the port of entry.

The USCIS wants a copy of the front and back of the I-94 when adjusting status.


Naturalization

3/23/14 - N400 package sent to Phoenix

3/27/14 - N400 package delivered

4/3/14 - NOA1 receipt date

4/4/14 - check cashed

04/29/14 - biometrics date

07/01/14 - interview date

xx/xx/xx - Oath Ceremony

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