A visa is a document that allows a person to enter the United States for a specific period of time. The visa number is a unique number that is assigned to each visa. If you have a visa, you can find your visa number on your visa itself. The visa number is also printed on your arrival/departure record (Form I-94).
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How to Find Your US Visa Number
Your US visa number is located on your visa towards the right bottom. It is a 9-digit number and appears in red. (See sample image below)
Location of the US Visa number
The US visa number is located in the lower right corner of your visa. It has nine digits and might begin with a letter.
What does the US Visa number mean?
The US visa number is a unique identification number that is assigned to each visa holder. The number is used to track the visa holder’s immigration history and to facilitate communication between the US government and the visa holder.
There are nine types of visas in the United States: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, and I. The Visa number is the category under which the visa falls.
How to read a US Visa number
The visa number is located on the visa itself. It is a long number, usually consisting of nine digits, that is printed in machine-readable format on the bottom right-hand side of the visa.
Is the visa number the same for all visas?
Yes. The visa number is the same for all type of US visas.