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Got alien number, G-325A

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Hi guys!

My fiance missed to submit our G-325A when he sent our package (k-1 visa). We got an RFE and there is already an Alien number at the top of the letter. So I was just wondering, should we write the alien number at the G-325A that were about to send? And if yes, alien number only on my form (beneficiary) or also write it on the petitioner's form?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Germany
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Yes, just write that A number on your (beneficiary's) G-325A that you are going to submit. That number is now assgined to you and will always be linked to your person. If your fiance (the petitioner) is a US citizen, he doesn't have an Alien registration number and should leave it blank on his G-325A (and not fill in yours)!


 

 

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Yes, just write that A number on your (beneficiary's) G-325A that you are going to submit. That number is now assgined to you and will always be linked to your person. If your fiance (the petitioner) is a US citizen, he doesn't have an Alien registration number and should leave it blank on his G-325A (and not fill in yours)!

Noted. Thank you so much!

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Filed: Other Country: Philippines
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Hi guys!

My fiance missed to submit our G-325A when he sent our package (k-1 visa). We got an RFE and there is already an Alien number at the top of the letter. So I was just wondering, should we write the alien number at the G-325A that were about to send? And if yes, alien number only on my form (beneficiary) or also write it on the petitioner's form?

Yes if the A # is there write it on your (beneficiary) G-325A The G-325A is biographic information for each of you, the petitioner does not have an A number, he is a USC. ;)

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