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Certificate of citizenship.. Help entering numbers for 129f

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I'm about ready to ship my packet out but there's one thing that's bothering me.

Since I had thought I lost my certificate of citizenship, I went through infopass to request my certificate # and A#.

The lady gave me:

certificate # 01xxxxxx (8 digits beginning with a 01)

Alien # A- 02x xxx xxx (9 digit number after the A, beginning in 0)

Now I recently found my citizenship certificate (original) and I'm seeing that first of all the certificate number looks like this : A1xxxxxxx (A1 followed by 6 numbers, total of 8 digits). it is the same number except that the first digit is 0 instead of A.

The Alien # is A2X XXX XXX . again it begins in A as apposed to 0 that the lady gave me.

Is the A interchangeable with 0 or did the lady make a mistake somehow?

Please help.


8/20/2015 - Mailed out I-129F


8/24/2015 - Arrived at lockbox (actually arrived on the 22nd but I guess they don't pick up on saturdays)


8/27/2015- NOA1 e-mail and text notification. Sent to CSC,


9/1/2015 - NOA1 hard copy by mail.


9/15/2015- NOA2 exactly 2 weeks after I received NOA1 hard copy by mail.


10/2/2015- NVC Received my case.


10/9/2015- NVC Sent out my case to Guayaquil embassy.


10/13/2015- Case Status : Ready


11/5/2015 - Medical Exam


11/10/2015- Interview

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They are the same. When entering the A# for things on the USCIS site(such as e-verify and paying ELIS fee), they state if that it is less then 9 digits, then insert the 0 at the beginning after the A.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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