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They are asking for my I-94 number... In my passport there is no number..just a stamp with my date of entry and date of expiration ... I found 4 numbers stamped on the side within their overall stamp .... need help....also the A-Number ????

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If you've never applied for permanent residency before, chances are you don't have an A# so you should leave this blank. An A# will be assigned to you once you submit the applications and obtain the receipts.

The visa number is the number in red and should not be confused with the control number.

I think the i-94s are no longer given at the POE so it can't be found in your passport. As far as other members have stated, these can be obtained electronically online so, even if you lost the card, you should still be able to obtain it.

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Isn't the A-number the number from your NOA2 of a K-1 petition?

The red number is your visa number.

-Christopher (P/USC)

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