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RFE has different WAC #, which do I use?

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We are getting ready to send back more evidence with our RFE. I was putting together the package and noticed the RFE has a different receipt number than our NOA1. Is this normal? Which one should I use to send back our RFE? Thanks.

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Sorry, I meant it's not the same as the biometrics # that we got. I feel like something is wrong or they've made a mistake?

Is it either number? Maybe it's your NOA1 number?


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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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I would suggest that you use the reference number on the RFE notice. That number was likely used by the adjudicator working on your file. However, it might be a good idea to reference both your I-751 and CRI89 numbers (as noted on your I-797c ASC biometrics letter) in your cover letter. At least then everyone will be working off of the same page, literally.

Good luck on your immigration journey.


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I would suggest that you use the reference number on the RFE notice. That number was likely used by the adjudicator working on your file. However, it might be a good idea to reference both your I-751 and CRI89 numbers (as noted on your I-797c ASC biometrics letter) in your cover letter. At least then everyone will be working off of the same page, literally.

Good luck on your immigration journey.

It just seems strange that we would get a completely different WAC # on the RFE. If I search for this new WAC # on the case status online it says it doesn't exist. The original WAC # we got is still working though. I'm just worried they've made a mistake and I don't want it to affect our petition. I'm not sure what to do.

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