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I received hard copy of AOS NOA1 but I noticed the A# is different from the A# on K1 NOA2. I was under the impression the A# would be static throughout the immigration process. It worries me a bit as I put the A# from the K1 NOA2 on all the AOS forms. Any insights from the experts?


ROC

01 May 2013 - Received ROC reminder letter

22 Jul 2013 - Mailed I-751 via USPS Priority Mail

24 Jul 2013 - NOA1 date

27 Jul 2013 - Received NOA1

03 Aug 2013 - Received Biometrics letter

20 Aug 2013 - Biometrics appointment

19 Sep 2013 - Approved

24 Sep 2013 - Received NOA2

09 Oct 2013 - Received GC

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Yes this is a mistake. You only have ONE A number (as you said) so call USCIS and tell them of the error and ask for it to be corrected. You should get a letter confirming the correction. Make sure when you do biometrics that you confirm that they've changed it. They'll ask you to look at all your info to make sure it's correct.

If it's still not fixed at biometrics make sure you take your K1 NOA2 to prove your A number (and anywhere else it's noted correctly) and they should be able to fix it there and if not, you'll need to call USCIS again.

If USCIS keep doing it wrong (which they shouldn't but it has happened before) then IF you have an interview tell them there.

If you get the GC card with the wrong number you'll need to file an I-90 to get it fixed.

Basically you shouldn't let this drop. They should fix it but if they don't immediately don't worry but keep trying to fix it.

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Thank you very much. I want to add that the A# are entirely different, it is not 1 or 2 digits off like the other posts i have read.

K1 NOA2 = A087-XXX-XXX

AOS NOA1 = A210-XXX-XXX


ROC

01 May 2013 - Received ROC reminder letter

22 Jul 2013 - Mailed I-751 via USPS Priority Mail

24 Jul 2013 - NOA1 date

27 Jul 2013 - Received NOA1

03 Aug 2013 - Received Biometrics letter

20 Aug 2013 - Biometrics appointment

19 Sep 2013 - Approved

24 Sep 2013 - Received NOA2

09 Oct 2013 - Received GC

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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Thank you very much. I want to add that the A# are entirely different, it is not 1 or 2 digits off like the other posts i have read.

K1 NOA2 = A087-XXX-XXX

AOS NOA1 = A210-XXX-XXX

Yeah it's happened before. It's a complete stuff up. The person who added your file probably ticked a box to generate the next A number (for people who file an I-130 and I-485 in the US) instead of inputting YOURS. It should be easily fixed. Good on your for checking though because it could have caused issues down the line (your A number is your file so it's very confusing).

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