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I-129F and P3

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No, what i meant was... i already submitted I-129F in June 2012. On the I-129F, i wrote "none" for Question 9 (A# for fiancee).

Now, my fiancee receive P3 yesterday. They also enclosed a copy of the I-129F. It seems that a USCIS person crossed out "none" with a pen and wrote a 9 digit A#.

Is this normal? thanks!

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From your timeline, it looks like you received your NOA2 notice on 6 Dec 2012. Check your Form I-797 (NOA2) petition approval notice. Usually USCIS generates an Alien Registration number (A#) at this stage of the visa process and it is printed above the beneficiary's name on the NOA2 notice. Thereafter, for reference purposes, you should include your A# on all correspondence to USCIS/DoS.

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The alien # is assigned at USCIS, so it's quite common to know the Alien # by the time the I-129F is approved.

Whatever a USCIS adjudicator does, though, is strange - they aren't supposed to add stuff, on the form, cept at the top.

It's also strange that GUZ IV sent her a copy of the I-129F.


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thanks. i see it on the i-797 and they match. interesting... happy holidays!

On the i-129, they also crossed out "none" on "Other Names Used" and wrote a name change for me. Here's the background: my first name and last name together has 3 words (e.g. Joe John Smith). Since young, everyone calls me "Joe" instead of "Joe John". When i front-loaded, all my emails, online chat, and phone records, i use "Joe" or "Joe Smith" as my name. However, i never had an official name change.

So on the name change, they wrote "Joe Smith". Perhaps, it's to let the consulate know my support/evidence only uses "Joe Smith", instead of "Joe John Smith"...

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