Hello, I've applied for my OPT extension In June. I regularly track my application status,suddenly i received a email from USCIS saying "On July 19, 2013, your Alien Registration Number was changed relating to your I-765, APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION."
Can you explain why is my Alien Registration Number changed and what is going on in the background. I'm worried.
USCIS Website says my case status as Initial review.
That "A" number was only changed because your application for extension was approved and you got a new EAD card issued you, with a different (new) A number on it. Congratulations!
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Because you were either assigned one or the one they had was changed.
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Inner workings of the USCIS. Do not concern yourself with those.
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