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which number is the certificate number for naturalization

Discussion in 'Family Based Green Card -Through Marriage/Relative' started by yuer_sz, Oct 24, 2004.

  1. yuer_sz

    yuer_sz New Member


    I got my citizenship through naturalization.

    Currently I am in the process to fill out I-130 form for my parents. I have 2 questions regarding the I-130 form:

    1. Item 10 is Alien Registration Number. Since I am already a citizen, do I need to fill out my A# there?

    2. Item 13 under the naturalization check point, it asks to give certificate number of citizenship. On my Certificate of Naturalization form, there are two numbers. One is the A# (INS Registration Number) which is the same as my Alien Registration A#. The other is on the up right side of my certificate, something like No. XXXXX. My guess is that the second number is used by the local office. Shall I fill out my A# or the other number there?

    Thanks again for your help!
  2. dip92

    dip92 Registered Users (C)

    Your A# is Alien number which you have to put in the form where they asked your alien number. Other # is naturalization number which you have to put r where they said put your citizenship/naturalization number. I think it helps.

    Good luck!


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