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Filed: Country: Russia

Trying to find the A#.... there is a number on the back of the I-94 which is hand written but it is only 8 digits instead of 9 and one of the numbers isn't readable. Is this the A#? If it was written incorrectly how can I find out correct number?

Thanks! (L)


07-18-05 NOA1

08-06-05 NOA2

11-02-05 Petition arrives NVC, lost 85 Days after NOA2!

02-15-06 Interview Moscow (Visa approved)

02-20-06 Visa received

02-27-06 Arrives USA - POE Dallas


04-03-06 NOA1

04-17-06 Biometrics

07-20-06 Success!


03-04-06 Married!

02-07-07 Our daughter is born!

08-01-07 Inlaws visit for 26 days.

06-03-09 Our Son is born!

09-20-09 Mother in-law for 2.5 months.

Remove Conditions

05-13-08 NOA1

06-12-08 Biometrics

04-08-09 Success!


04-23-09 Mailed N400

04-29-09 NOA1

05-20-09 Biometrics

07-22-09 Interview Success!

09-23-09 Oath

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco

The A# should also be on your NOAs from the 129F petition.

I noticed a disrepancy in my husbands A number as written on his I-94 as well. It seems they left off the leading 0 to leave A followed by 8 digits rather than A followed by 9 digits (as it should be).

Check your NOAs.

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Peru

I am almost certain that Silvia had her A# on her last NOA when she was approved to come to the states.

12/31/07: Sent I-751 packet to Texas, the LONG wait begins once again!

01/03/08: Packed received.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines

A# is written on your issued visa on your passport under the annotation on the name of your fiance/ee. It's also written at the back of your I-94 and your NOA.Hope this helps....Good day!

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