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www.uscis.gov/tools/glossary/number

An A-Number, also known as an Alien Registration Number or Alien Number, is a unique eight- or nine-digit number assigned to a noncitizen at the time their A-File is created. An A-Number is the letter “A” followed by eight or nine numbers (such as A012345678).

www.uscis.gov/history-and-genealogy/genealogy/searching-index

The USCIS Genealogy Program uses indices unlike any immigration or naturalization index available to the public. Our unique Master Index system is a combination of index tools—partially automated and partially manual—that work together to identify and locate old agency files and records. How ...

citizenpath.com/faq/find-alien-registration-number

Find A-Number on a Green Card. If you have a permanent resident card (green card), you can find your Alien Registration Number on the front side. (The number is also embedded within the characters on the backside as well.) In the example below, the A-Number is listed as “000-001-001” underneath USCIS#. Find A-Number on an EAD

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Best Answer: You don't have access to the data bank that has green card information. If you came to the U.S. as a new immigrant, your passport should have an admission stamp and a temporary I-551 stamp. If it was properly endorsed, your A# should have been written in your passport.

legalbeagle.com/8196466-verify-green-card.html

People who immigrate to the United States as a permanent resident alien are issued an identification card called a Green Card. The Green Card is proof that a person may live and work anywhere in the USA. Green Cards are used as proof of an immigrant's eligibility to work in the USA, so it may be necessary to verify the status of a Green Card.

citizenpath.com/how-to-read-green-card

Note: Green cards issued between 1979 and August 1989 do not have expiration dates and do not need to be renewed unless you want to use the GE kiosk. GE kiosks cannot read the old format green cards. How to Read Back of a Green Card. The back of a green card is a bit more cryptic and difficult to read.

www.immigrationdirect.com/blog/2016/11/locating-the...

Unsurprisingly, the color of the Permanent Resident Card itself is green. Besides the Permanent Resident Card number, the green card also contains the recipient’s name, photo, fingerprint, card number, alien/USCIS number, birth date and also the card expiration date as well as a number of security features.

www.dhs.gov/how-do-i/check-immigration-case-status

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security allows those who have applied or petitioned for an immigration benefit to check the status of their case online.

www.fileright.com/blog/where-do-i-find-my-alien...

The 9-digit USCIS number listed on permanent resident green cards issued after May 10, 2010, is the same as the A-number. The A-number can also be found on the back of green cards. Where can I find my Alien Registration Number? A-numbers are generally listed on your immigration documents, such as an immigrant visa or permanent resident green card.

www.us-immigration.com/blog/permanent-resident-green-card...

Permanent Resident, Green Card and Alien Card Number. Green Card / By US-Immigration.com. What is an alien card number? Permanent Resident Cards are also known as Form I-551s or Green Cards. Each Green Card that USCIS issues to a permanent resident now has an Alien Registration Number on both the front and back. ... Green cards also list the ...