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Entering Military FPO address in GS 325A

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Enter Street Address or Post Office Box Number. The City must be entered as either "FPO" (Fleet Post Office). Do not put the name of actual City. The State must be selected as either "AA" "AE" or "AP" [AE for Armed Forces Europe, AA for Armed Forces Americas, or AP for Armed Forces Pacific]


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Enter Street Address or Post Office Box Number. The City must be entered as either "FPO" (Fleet Post Office). Do not put the name of actual City. The State must be selected as either "AA" "AE" or "AP" [AE for Armed Forces Europe, AA for Armed Forces Americas, or AP for Armed Forces Pacific]

I was an immigrant once and acquired citizenship, on the GS 325A, it asks for a A number is this the same A number from the naturalization certificate or should i just keep it blank?

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I was naturalized as well, on the forms I left it blank and never had an issue since I was the USC


21 Aug 2013: I-129F Sent

11 Feb 2014: Visa APPROVED!

20 May 2014: Wedding!

--

31 Jul 2014: Mailed AOS Packet

12 Feb 2015: AOS Interview - Approved

--

22 Feb 2017: Mailed ROC Packet

08 Aug 2018: ROC Approved

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Some have entered the old A# they had before becoming a USC, and some have left it blank since they are a USC now and no longer need an A#. Either way seems to work.


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