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Old Jun 11th 2003, 3:14 am   #1
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Default Is an Alien Number A# The same as a I-94 Number?

We are weeding through mounds of paperwork for my wife and this is one
question she had does anyone know the answer?
 
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Old Jun 11th 2003, 11:54 am   #2
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Default Re: Is an Alien Number A# The same as a I-94 Number?

The set of numbers printed on the I-94, on the upper left hand side of the
card, is the ADMISSION NUMBER--not the A #. Admission number has 11 numeric
characters with the last 2 separated by a space.
A# has 8 or 9 characters and written in Block 20(INS File) of the Arrival
portion of the I-94 if you were assigned one. It should also be annotated by
the Immigration Officer on the departure portion of the card and the ADIT
stamp on your passport.

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