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Is the USCIS ELIS account ID on the receipt that I recevied five years ago when I applied for my green card the same as USCIS online account ID? 

I'm filing my N400 and I tried to find my USCIS Elis account no in my email archive. All I can find is a username and password that does not work (User name is my email which is not accepted) I guess this is a different username which was just used for tracking my green card (ELIS tracking) I tried to retrieve my account using my email but it gives me an error that no account registered for this email. I guess I never have opened an online account (Is it possible to pay online without opening account?!)  

 

I found the attached receipt when I paid for my green card. It has a account ID but no where specifically  says "Online Account ID" is this the correct online account number or is it something different and I should say I never had an online account number?

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27 minutes ago, Emad Mo said:

So this is ELIS no? and you've provided the same number but it didn't matter anyways?

 

Yes, the same one on the USCIS Immigrant receipt on the USCIS letterhead. The N-400 NOA immediately showed a new account number anyway.

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Thanks!

I guess based on your experience reporting  ELIS no or not doesn't make a diffrence. I probably don't report it since it doesn't say "online" account no. and I don't have access to my online account with username/password that I registered five years ago. 

 

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2 hours ago, Emad Mo said:

Thanks!

I guess based on your experience reporting  ELIS no or not doesn't make a diffrence. I probably don't report it since it doesn't say "online" account no. and I don't have access to my online account with username/password that I registered five years ago. 

 

yup, it didn't make a difference. Good luck on your application!

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