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Where do naturalized US citizens with a US passport find their alien registration number?

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2009-03-17 13:24:43
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where do naturalized US citizens with a US passport find their alien registration number? Answer #2 if you are a naturalized US citizen with a passport you no longer have the alien registration number as you are a naturalized Citizen.

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