In the United States, an alien number is an identification number the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) assigns to foreign nationals. An alien number is also known as an alien registration number, A-numbe... More » Government & Politics Immigration

An alien registration number, also known as an "A-number," is a designation that some aliens receive from the USCIS Immigration Service. A person who applies for a status adjustment is more likely to receive an A-number. More » Government & Politics Immigration

To verify an alien's registration number in the United States, examine the registration card, confirm its security features, locate the registration number, and enter the number into the U.S. E-Verify system. This proces... More » Government & Politics Immigration
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