Permanent Resident Card or “green cardâ€‌ (Form I-551) Where to Find Immigration Document...

Permanent Resident Card or “green cardâ€‌ (Form I-551) Where to Find Immigration Document Numbers
Permanent Resident Card or “green cardâ€‌ (Form I-551) Where to Find Immigration Document Numbers
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  • Where to Find Immigration Document Numbers Permanent Resident Card or “green card” (Form I-551)

    Note: There is different information on the front and back of this version of the card. Make sure that you copy both sides of the card on one page to upload.

    Note that Alien # has 9 digits and can be entered as is. For Alien # with 8 digits, add a zero before the 8 digits. There is no card #, so enter AAA0000000000 There is no card #, so enter AAA0000000000 Cards issued between January 1977 and August 1989 do not have document numbers or expiration dates. These cards are valid indefinitely.

    Surname = Last Name

    Expiration

    USCIS/Alien #

    Card # (same #)

    Expiration

    USCIS/Alien #

    USCIS/Alien #

    Expiration

    Card #

    USCIS/Alien #

    Expiration

    Card #

    12345678 Alien #

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  • Employment Authorization Card (Form I-766)

    I-94 / I-94A Number

    NOTE: Customs has stopped giving out paper I-94s except for limited circumstances. The I-94 number can be obtained by visiting: https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/I94/request.html

    Naturalization Certificate or Certificate of Citizenship

    The naturalization certificate is issued to a person who has dropped his/her previous nationality to become a U.S. Citizen.

    Certificate #

    Registration #

    Certificate #

    Registration #

    The certificate of citizenship is issued to people who became U.S. Citizens by action of law while residing in the United States or by having been born outside the United States to U.S. Citizen parents.

    https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/I94/request.html