Alexandria, VA asked in Immigration Law for Virginia

Q: Can we put the A# on H4 EAD approval notice in place of A# asked on I-485 and I-693 forms, for a derivative applicant?

My I-140 was approved in April 2019. My filing date became current for the month of October 2020. I am filing I-485 for myself and my spouse (who is currently on H4 with approved EAD). I am currently on H1-B status. I have the following questions regarding filing for AOS, and it would be great if you can help.

My 2 questions:

1) The forms I-485, I-693 ask us to provide A-numbers. In both forms, for my wife, I entered the A# my wife received on her H4 EAD approval notice form. Is that correct?

2) I have multiple A-numbers (from OPT EADs, H1-B approvals, and I-140 approval). I am assuming I just need to provide the A-number on the I-140 approval notice. Is that correct? Do I also need to provide all the A-numbers in the I-485 form?

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Hector E. Quiroga
Hector E. Quiroga
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A: 1. Yes.

2. Put the one from the I-140 on the form itself, but add any additional A#s to an addendum or extra info page.

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