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My partner abandoned his green card last year and sent it back to the embassy. We are doing the K1 now to come back. Is there any way for me to find his A-number since we no longer have a copy? Is it even needed on the I-129F since his green card is no longer valid? I assumed it was kind of like a social security number and wouldn't change after abandonment. 

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When/how did he acquire the green card before?    Check the visa in the passport, the A number should be on that 


Hank

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15 minutes ago, Hank_ said:

When/how did he acquire the green card before?    Check the visa in the passport, the A number should be on that 

He acquired his green card as a minor when he accompanied his mom on a K1(her)/K2(him) visa in 2007. He left for medical reasons in 2016 and officially abandoned in early 2018. Now we are hoping to go back. I checked his passport pages, he has stamps, but no A number/visa listed. Is there any other way to get it? Or more importantly is it bad to not include it if we don't know how to get it?   

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2 minutes ago, Nicolerae said:

He acquired his green card as a minor when he accompanied his mom on a K1(her)/K2(him) visa in 2007. He left for medical reasons in 2016 and officially abandoned in early 2018. Now we are hoping to go back. I checked his passport pages, he has stamps, but no A number/visa listed. Is there any other way to get it? Or more importantly is it bad to not include it if we don't know how to get it?   

He should have an older passport, DFA does return the old passport when renewing.   Should have and actually having are different stories of course ;)  

 

Just a curious question.   Did his mom acquire U.S. citizenship before he left in 2016?


Hank

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Just now, Hank_ said:

He should have an older passport, DFA does return the old passport when renewing.   Should have and actually having are different stories of course ;)  

 

Just a curious question.   Did his mom acquire U.S. citizenship before he left in 2016?

Yeah he doesn't have his older passport :( His mom unfortunately did not. He was diagnosed with cancer so they left urgently and never managed to file SB-1.  

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4 minutes ago, Nicolerae said:

Yeah he doesn't have his older passport :( His mom unfortunately did not. He was diagnosed with cancer so they left urgently and never managed to file SB-1.  

Well don't worry on the A number .. key would is "IF any".      The A number isn't vital to filing the petition.

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Hank

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