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There is no classification S "A" 1. Are you sure it is an "A"???
What is his occupation?
How did he get his immigrant status?
Enter "LPR - SA1"
That means Lawful Permanent Resident and the SA1 would be the class on his card. That may have been a classification back in the 60s.
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Did he ever renew his original card?
If it was issued in 1967 ger was required to renew his card back in the early 80s.
Class of admission would be the last action taken by CIS to either admit the person or adjust the person.
If he has a 10 year card and intends to apply for natz why is he filing an I-131? Does he plan on being out of the US for up to 2 years? If he is out for more than 6 months he will not be eligible for natz for 4 years 1 month.
Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX I understand, he has to apply for the travel document using the I-131. You are doing the correct thing,
I understand your fustration with the process. Once you become citizens it will make it easier.
Yes, that is correct.
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