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We have married and now applying for AOS! Today I am on the I-485 (newest version) and I have some questions I am not sure about. Anyone know the correct way to fill in 22a. 23c. & 24 in Part 1? Do we as K1 have an Alien Registration Number or USCIS online account number? Finally my husband is from Spain so I have put "Hispanic" for ethnicity but not sure if we should mark something for "race." Any help would be great, thanks guys!

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28 minutes ago, SarahxRuby said:

We have married and now applying for AOS! Today I am on the I-485 (newest version) and I have some questions I am not sure about. Anyone know the correct way to fill in 22a. 23c. & 24 in Part 1? Do we as K1 have an Alien Registration Number or USCIS online account number? Finally my husband is from Spain so I have put "Hispanic" for ethnicity but not sure if we should mark something for "race." Any help would be great, thanks guys!

Registration number is on the I129F approval notice , begins Axxxxxxxxxx

 

I would not consider him hispanic


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Just now, payxibka said:

Registration number is on the I129F approval notice , begins Axxxxxxxxxx

 

I would not consider him hispanic

To clarify it says "Hispanic or Latino" He is a Spanish speaker. I am more worried about the other questions though! 

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2 minutes ago, SarahxRuby said:

To clarify it says "Hispanic or Latino" He is a Spanish speaker. I am more worried about the other questions though! 

No clarification required.   Latino is relating to Latin America which he obviously is not.


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8 minutes ago, payxibka said:

No clarification required.   Latino is relating to Latin America which he obviously is not.

OP's husband isn't Latino but he is Hispanic as "Hispanic" specifically refers to Spain, Spanish culture/language/origins.

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2 minutes ago, mushroomspore said:

OP's husband isn't Latino but he is Hispanic as "Hispanic" specifically refers to Spain, Spanish culture/language/origins.

Yes, but in the US it is definitionally related to Spanish speaking Cuba, Puerto Rico,  Mexico,  Central and South America 


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50 minutes ago, SarahxRuby said:

We have married and now applying for AOS! Today I am on the I-485 (newest version) and I have some questions I am not sure about. Anyone know the correct way to fill in 22a. 23c. & 24 in Part 1? Do we as K1 have an Alien Registration Number or USCIS online account number? Finally my husband is from Spain so I have put "Hispanic" for ethnicity but not sure if we should mark something for "race." Any help would be great, thanks guys!

22a: Well he entered as K1 Fiance, so you can put that in there.

 

23c: Google "CBP I-94" and click the official link (should be the first one). Input his info for his I-94 and enter what is listed there (should be "K1" or "Fiance" or something to that effect).

 

24: I'm pretty sure you can also just put "K1 Fiance" here too.

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2 minutes ago, payxibka said:

Yes, but in the US it is definitionally related to Spanish speaking Cuba, Puerto Rico,  Mexico,  Central and South America 

https://www.census.gov/topics/population/hispanic-origin/about.html

The above link from the US Census Bureau includes: "...or other Spanish culture or origin regardless or race."

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Just now, mushroomspore said:

https://www.census.gov/topics/population/hispanic-origin/about.html

The above link from the US Census Bureau includes: "...or other Spanish culture or origin regardless or race."

Again,  I still would consider him European more than Hispanic.   It's my opinion.   Take it or leave it.


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