Alien registration card là gì

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Also known as an A-Number, your Alien Registration Number is a seven- to lớn nine-digit number that can be found on a variety of documents from U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) or the former INS. USCIS uses the Alien Registration Number lớn traông xã the immigration files for immigrants (và some nonimmigrants). It’s also a critical piece of information when preparing new USCIS forms to lớn request immigration benefits. If your A-Number is fewer than nine digits, insert a zero after the “A” & before the first digit to create a nine-digit number. For example, “12345678” would become “A012345678.”

U.S.-born citizens và many nonimmigrant visitors bởi vì not have sầu alien registration numbers.

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Find A-Number on a Green Card

If you have a permanent resident thẻ (green card), you can find your Alien Registration Number on the front side. (The number is also embedded within the characters on the backside as well.) In the example below, the A-Number is listed as “000-001-001” underneath USCIS#.


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The sample green thẻ below was issued between 2004-2010. The A-Number is listed as “000-000-000” next to A#.


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USCIS does not assign everyone an A-Number. USCIS creates an Alien Registration Number for every permanent resident. Generally, they bởi not assign the number khổng lồ nonimmigrant visitors. Nonimmigrants include anyone that is in the United States on a temporary basis. B1/B2 visas are nonimmigrant visas for visitors. However, USCIS may assign the Alien Registration Number to certain classes of nonimmigrants that have been granted employment authorization or other benefits.

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Find A-Number on an EAD

If you bởi vì not have sầu a green thẻ, you may be able to lớn find your Alien Registration Number on other immigration documents such as an Employment Authorization Document (work permit). In the example below, the A-Number is listed as “000-000-811” underneath USCIS#.

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Find A-Number on Immigrant Visa

You can also find an Alien Registration Number on an immigrant visa. Your immigrant visa, also called a visa stamp or visa foil, is found in your passport. Your A-Number is identified as the “Registration Number” in the top right portion of the visa stamp.


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Note: The visa pictured above is an immigrant visa. It’s different than a nonimmigrant visa. A nonimmigrant visa does not contain an Alien Registration Number.

Find A-Number on Notice of Action

Some versions of the Notice of Action may contain the Alien Registration Number. In the I-797C (biometrics notice) below, the A-Number is located in the top/right of the document next khổng lồ USCIS#.


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Find A-Number on Immigrant Data Summary

If you applied for your green thẻ through consular processing (applied for green thẻ at a U.S. embassy or consulate), you probably had an Immigrant Data Summary stapled lớn the front of your immigrant visa package. You can find your A-Number at the top of the Immigrant Data Summary, as shown in the picture below.

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Find A-Number on Immigrant Fee Handout

Again, if you applied for your green thẻ through consular processing, the immigration officer probably gave you a USCIS Immigrant Fee handout. This document provides instructions on how lớn pay the USCIS Immigrant Fee và includes your A-Number in the top right corner, as shown below.