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Hello everyone,

I am beginning to work on my AOS paperwork and I'm at the part to enter my A#. When I read the guides/examples, everyone says the A# goes A0**-***-***; however, mine goes A2**-***-***. I've searched through threads and I've found people who have an eight digit number where they just forgot the 0; however, mine is 9 digits and not starting with 0.

Confused,

Steve


K1 Visa Timeline

01-27-2011: NOA1!

02-22-2011: NOA2!

03-14-2011: Packet 3 Filled Out. Delayed Interview until closer to POE, August.

08-09-2011: Interview at 10am!

08-19-2011: POE

08-21-2011: Married

AOS

08-25-2011: Sent AOS Packet with EAD & AP

08-29-2011: NOA1 for AOS, EAD and AP

09-29-2011: Biometrics Appointment

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Same here. Mine starts with 2 and it is 9numbers:)


AOS

04-04-2011: I-485/EAD mailed

04-06-2011: Delivered

05-06-2011: Text and E-mail Notice *Day30*

05-11-2011: NOA hardcopy (date 5/5)

05-13-2011: Biometrics letter (set for 5/27 date 5/9)

05-19-2011: Received RFE asking for tax return (date 5/16)05-27-2011: Biometrics done

06-17-2011: RFE response

06-22-2011: Online status "RFE under review"

07-06-2011: EAD approved *3months*

07-07-2011: Case transferred to CSC:)

07-15-2011: EAD card in hand yay!

08-11-2011: AOS approved no interview:)smile.pngsmile.png

08-18-2011: GC in hand!!!

Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass. Its about learning to dance in the rain

ROC with Divorce Waiver

05-24-2013: Application mailed

07-08-2013: NOA hardcopy (dated 7/2/2013)

08-09-2013: Service Request created for no ASC biometrics appointment

08-12-2013: Received response to the Service Request (pretty much saying to wait for 30 days)

09-10-2013: Another Service Request created for no ASC biometrics appointment

09-12-2013: Received biometrics appointment letter

09-12-2013: Case transferred to CSC (while phone voice record says its transferred to St. Albans)

09-24-2013: ASC biometrics appointment

10-03-2013: Case transferred and now being processed at a USCIS office<p>

(Online case update; no detail of where exactly it is at....)

12-26-2013: Case approved by local field office (dated 12/18/2013)

02-18-2014: No greencard after 60 days... Created service request

02-24-2014: Card production ordered

I-90 Replacement of Greencard (for legal name change)

05-06-2016 Filed i-90 online. Receipt number assigned immediately.

05-27-2016 Received Notice of Action (dated 5/24)

06-03-2016

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Thanks for the replies! Quick followup: Under 3B, it says Family Name for spouse. Do I do future wife's family name or maiden name?


K1 Visa Timeline

01-27-2011: NOA1!

02-22-2011: NOA2!

03-14-2011: Packet 3 Filled Out. Delayed Interview until closer to POE, August.

08-09-2011: Interview at 10am!

08-19-2011: POE

08-21-2011: Married

AOS

08-25-2011: Sent AOS Packet with EAD & AP

08-29-2011: NOA1 for AOS, EAD and AP

09-29-2011: Biometrics Appointment

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The forms need to be an accurate snapshot of reality as it is/will be at the date you write at the bottom of them. If your then-wife will have officially changed her name to yours by the date you are putting at the bottom of the forms, then put your last name there, otherwise put it as the maiden name.

Just as you are doing, i had all of our AOS forms filled out, arranged in a packet, and ready to mail, a week before the wedding. They were all post-dated to the day after the wedding. Since my wife was not planning to change her name officially during the ceremony, I filled in all of the fields for her last name using her maiden name.


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