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  1. Awww thanks a bunch for the votes. My Christmas gift haha! 🙂 Oh good to know. For now it’s hard to navigate this site, doesn’t seem to have a user friendly layout or maybe it’s just too much information that’s hard to organize.
  2. Oh thank you for the detailed response! It’s really helpful. Yes, small differences lead to huuuge differences in these immigration cases. I see you are an OG. Lolll It just looks so bad that I have a zero next to my username, I guess because I have zero reputation... 😔🤔
  3. No problem. Thank God! How do you get good reputation on here? I’m new to the system. Loll
  4. Oh dang! Hmmm no I’m not K-1. I found mine in my passport on the visa as mentioned in the description. So mine was pretty straight forward thankfully. In that case maybe you want to call uscis? They should have it. That’s my best bet at this point. Lol
  5. Hi, no one replied unfortunately but after hella research I found the answer myself luckily. Hope this helps. 🙂 These are my notes: https://www.uscis.gov/forms/immigrant-fee-payment-tips-finding-your-number-and-dos-case-id “You can find your A-Number and Department of State (DOS) Case ID on your immigrant data summary, USCIS Immigrant Fee handout, or immigrant visa stamp. Your A-Number is the letter “A” followed by 8 or 9 numbers (such as A012345678). Your DOS Case ID is 3 letters followed by 9 or 10 numbers (for example, XYZ0123456789). If you are a Diversity Visa immigrant, your DOS Case ID will have 4 numbers followed by 2 letters and 5 more numbers (for example, 0000AB12345). When you attended your U.S. embassy or consulate appointment, you should have received an immigrant data summary stapled to the front of your immigrant visa package. You can find your A-Number and DOS Case ID at the top of the immigrant data summary, as shown in the picture below. Visa Stamp You can also find your A-Number and DOS Case ID on the visa stamp (also called a visa foil) in your passport, as shown in the picture below. Your A-Number is identified as the Registration Number on your visa stamp. If your A-Number is fewer than 9 digits, insert a zero after the “A” and before the first digit to create a 9-digit number. For example, “A12345678” would become “A012345678.” Your DOS Case ID is identified as the IV Case Number on your visa stamp. However, please note the IV Case Number has two additional numbers at the end, such as 01 or 02. When entering the IV Case Number as the DOS Case ID, do not include the last two numbers. For example, if your IV Case Number is “ABC1234567801,” you would enter your DOS Case ID as “ABC12345678” (do not include the “01”). You can find your USCIS Online Account Number by signing in to your account and going to your profile page. If you previously filed an application, petition, or request using the USCIS online filing system, provide the USCIS Online Account Number you were issued. If you previously filed certain applications, petitions, or requests on a paper form via a USCIS Lockbox facility, you may have received a USCIS Online Account Access Notice issuing you a USCIS Online Account Number. You can find this number at the top of the notice. The USCIS Online Account Number is not the same as an A-Number. The USCIS Online Account Number was previously called the USCIS Electronic Immigration System (USCIS ELIS) Number.”
  6. Thank you! So no matter where USCIS sends you for biometrics you can decide otherwise? How does that work exactly?
  7. Thanks a bunch! So do I get to select which location I do the biometrics at? My impression was that USCIS selects the date AND location for us and informs us about it via mail. Or do I have to reschedule it if I need to do another location say by my mailing address vs. the originally picked physical address by USCIS (possibly delaying my case)?
  8. Hi Everyone, what determines the naturalization biometrics and interview location on N400? The mailing or permanent address? Thanks!
  9. DivineAngel

    USCIS online account number

    Sweet! Btw I anyways had a green card without condition from the get go but I don’t think it makes a difference. Based on what you read on here what’s the ratio % between people who say yes report it vs. people who say don’t report it?
  10. DivineAngel

    USCIS online account number

    Oh nice and did he get his citizenship already?
  11. DivineAngel

    USCIS online account number

    Ok, that's fast. Today I called at 11 am Pacific, 20-25 mins estimated wait so couldn’t get through. Unfortunately I’m not up at 6 am but I'll try before 6 pm Pacific before they close to see if I get more lucky. What options did you select in the menu? Re speeding ticket, you are right 95% of people would have to select yes for the have you ever been ..., CITED,...question. My only concern is if they have visibility of it and then the IO will have an impression of one trying to omit information and maybe wondering what else was omitted from the application. Many posts say because of the above that yes it should be included on the application but no supporting evidence/document is needed. To be on the safe side: take payment proof with us to interview in case IO wants to see it. On the other hand, some posts say no need to mention it on N400 because they don’t care at all. I also second your sentiment that I would Iike my application to be as spotless as possible YET I also do not wish to possibly omit the speeding ticket and have the IO wonder what else is omitted (that is if they care AT ALL abt speeding tickets under $500, no alcohol, drug or injury involved, paid off fully) So that is why I’m conflicted. Any thoughts (you or anyone)? Thanks a bunch!
  12. DivineAngel

    USCIS online account number

    Congrats! Thank you! How long were you on hold for with USCIS? Re traffic ticket, what exactly did the lawyer say: do not need to include it on N400 >OR< do not need to provide documents for it when submitting N400?
  13. Ok thank you! Just wanted to get a confirmation that it is needed indeed. ☺️
  14. DivineAngel

    USCIS online account number

    Guys, if one can’t find their "USCIS online account number” and therefore can‘t include it on the N400 FILED ONLINE, will they get their case status notifications, notifications of mail sent out, etc. on USCIS online under their Account anyways? Xmas is here...
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