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Can you find alien registration number on your tourist Visa?

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2011-07-25 10:37:52
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Alien number is available only for Persons applied for Adjustment of status [I-485] , GC holders and Citizens only. Alien number will be also available in I-140 approval notice of the particular person.

The persons who are in non immigrant visas, then they have to provide SSN or Tax ID number [IRS number] for verification.

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Alien Registration Number is only for Green Card holders.


An alien registration number is a file number the USCIS assigns to certain types of cases. Most non-immigrants (ex, H-1B visa) do not have alien registration numbers.


No, if you hold an F1 visa, you are not suppose to have an Alien Registration Number. Just make sure you are a full-time student during each academic year. Make sure you understand the rules and regulations that are particular to those on a student visa. Your foreign student adviser is one individual that you want to keep close contact with.


There is not much difference and there is a LOT of difference! A visa number is assigned to a person entering the USA. It later can become his/her Resident Alien number if alien status is granted. An alien number (usually from your visa number) is assigned to you when you have been granted legal Resident Alien status.


SS96220940009224800168VS can u check its valid my visa registration no.?


As a H4 visa holder, you do not have an alien registration number, if you have not aplied Green Card (USCIS form I-485) before. To get an alien registration number, the H1 visa holder must apply for USCIS form I-140 first. If an immigration visa is vailable for the H1 visa holder, he/she and the H4 depentent can apply for USCIS form I-485, and then get an alien registration number from SUCIS Servicd center. H-4 visas are issued to the H-1 holder's spouse and children under twenty-one years of age. Holders of H-4 visas are considered to be dependents of H-1B visa holders. As H-4 status holders, spouses and children under twenty-one years of age may be entitled to enter and remain in the United States for the duration of the H-1 holder's authorized stay.


No, the alien registration number is administered after a person sends in their application for permanent residency. It will appear on the receipt notice after the USCIS checks over the I-485 application to see that all required documents have been supplied (before permanent residency is approved). J-1 visa holders will get an alien registration number when/if they apply for permanent residency.


In order to get A# (alien registration number) for H4, you have to apply for adjustment status (filing I-485). You have to file I-140 form together with I-485 form. However, if someone has applied separately I-140 form, I-140 needs to be approved before filing I-485. This is the only way I know about getting alien number (A#) for H4 visa holders. Any other ways, or alternative answers will be more helpful for related persons.


Not everyone has it. You only have it if you were over the age of 14 when you got your visa coming into the U.S. If you were over the age of 14, then you may find that in your passport/visa. Its the numbers followed after the letter A.


Each country will be different so this depends. In Canada your tourist visa would still be valid.


I would say a tourist visa (6 month) is best because a fiance visa limits your time and is not one that can be renewed like a tourist visa. You can renew a tourist visa for 6 months. It does not always get approved but it is something that is possible with the tourist and not with the fiance visa. Now if you plan on getting married as stated in the fiance visa then in that case this would be the one for you. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, http://www.uscis.gov


My guess is that the question is not really if a tourist can or can not marry a green card holder (of course she can), but whether there will be an immediate immigration benefit for her. Unfortunally, not.


It may depend on the reason they are in this country. Student visa? Tourist visa? Resident Alien visa? Etc.


There is not such number. the departure number of top of your I-94 is the number you use to fill the I-9


It's a number that is given to immigrants by the Govt. when they are a resident alien or alien worker (work visa) etc. It's so they can keep track of the LEGAL immigrants


As a tourist you will need to apply for a tourist visa. If you are applying for a different type of visa, all countries will need to apply for a visa


marrying on tourist visa is a bad idea. that is exactly what consulate officers look for. when you are on tourist visa, be a tourist. dont look for marriage or jobs. better tourist visa holder goes back, you go to that country, marry there and come back after applying for h4.


Does the illegal alien have to interview in her country for her F-1 visa


There are two types of US tourist visas, the temporarily and the permanent visas. The temporarily tourist visa costs $160.00 USD. The permanent tourist visa will cost you between $220 and $720 USD. depending on the kind of visa needed.


A tourist visa is renewed by filling out the renewal forms and submitting them. The forms are obtained from USCIS.


Before your tourist visa expires. There are different ways to get a longer stay by leaving the country and apply for a double entry tourist visa in Laos.



An alien MUST get a visa BEFORE coming into the U.S. You would get the visa at the U.S. embassy/consulate in your country.


You need a visa expension tourist visa form.


yes i would like to need tourist visa for Brazil kindly what will be process for individual visa



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