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G-325A Black Box

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Hi,

I just have a question about the black box at the bottom of the G-325A that is preceded by:

"APPLICANT: Be sure to put your name and alien registration number in the box below"

As the USC, Do I put only my name here on my G-325A? I am the USC, so obviously I don't have an alien registration number, so what do I put "N/A" or "none"?

For my Fiance who doesnt have a alien registration number, do I also just put her name only as the applicant on her G-325A?

I searched for this but I think I'm just an idiot, so maybe noone has asked before. Thank you!

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ultimoxo,

Not so obvious - many USC's have an alien registration number. What is the basis for your US citizenship?

If one does not have something, the answer is 'none' or 'do not have'.

Yodrak

.... I am the USC, so obviously I don't have an alien registration number, so what do I put "N/A" or "none"?

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what if i left it blank?


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what if i left it blank?

One can run the risk of an RFE

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Yodrak,

I am a sole US citizen by birth and have been since birth. Is there anyway I could have an alien registration number? And my fiance has never applied to the US for any type of visa or been to the US, so is there any way she could have one? I am assuming that neither of us have one, but is there anything I could be forgetting? I do apologize for claiming it would be obvious. After thought, I would think a USC could have one if they once were an alien.

Does "N/A" and "none" mean the same thing? I have "N/A" on my G-325A and "none" on hers. I just figured that made more sense, but I just don't want an RFE, so maybe I just should make them consistent.

Thank you for the tips.

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shosurplusssales,

Most likely nothing. It's G-325A, after all. But for peace of mind put a line through the space if you don't want to write in any words.

Yodrak

what if i left it blank?

ultimoxo,

No, as you've explained it neither you nor your fiancee would have an alien number. Good for you for thinking it through and recognizing now that not all situations are like yours and so all things are not necessarily obvious to the people who are going to see the material you submit. What's obvious to you needs to be explained with meaningful answers to others because it may not be so obvious to them. You don't want to leave things open for people to make assumptions, you want to direct them to see things the way that you see them. Keep this in mind at all stages of the immigration process.

No, 'not applicable' and 'none' do not mean the same thing. And, since all questions are asked for a reason, the first reaction to a 'N/A' answer is going to be, 'Why does this person think that this question does not apply to them? Maybe I should send an RFE to find out.'

Yodrak

Yodrak,

I am a sole US citizen by birth and have been since birth. Is there anyway I could have an alien registration number? And my fiance has never applied to the US for any type of visa or been to the US, so is there any way she could have one? I am assuming that neither of us have one, but is there anything I could be forgetting? I do apologize for claiming it would be obvious. After thought, I would think a USC could have one if they once were an alien.

Does "N/A" and "none" mean the same thing? I have "N/A" on my G-325A and "none" on hers. I just figured that made more sense, but I just don't want an RFE, so maybe I just should make them consistent.

Thank you for the tips.

Edited by Yodrak

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