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I entered U.S. in CR1 VISA, I cant find a# in my visa nor in my green card.Would I write N/A?

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Filed under: Immigration Green cards

I am filing a Form I-751 and in Part 1 they are asking for a# which I cant find it. I see a USCIS# in my green card but i don't think it is what they need. Thank you

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The "USCIS #" on your current green card IS the Alien Number. That is the number that you should put in the I-751 form.

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The number on the CG is the A#.

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The number appears on the resident card. I also appears on some of the filing receits used for the petitioning process.


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