Class of Admission is a designation given to nonimmigrants when they enter the country. Generally, it aligns with your initial visa type. Your Class of Admission can be found on your I-94, Arrival/Departure Record and on your Permanent Resident Green Card.
Where is Class of Admission on my green card?
Your Class of Admission is located under “Category” on your green card. It is typically one or two letters followed by a number. See below, circled in red.
Where Can I Get My I-94 Record?
It is simple to get a copy of your I-94 record. Simply go to the Customs and Border Patrol website and request one. After submitting your request, you will receive a copy of your most recent I-94. It will list your Class of Admission.
Form I-94 is the Department of Homeland Security Arrival/Departure Record issued to immigrants who are admitted to the U.S., adjusting their status, or extending their stay. Generally, the I-94 is attached to your passport upon entry to the United States. It lists the date when you must exit the U.S.
Class of Admission on Form I-90, Green Card Renewal
If you are applying to renew or replace your Permanent Resident Green Card, you will have to know your class of admission. For this, they are looking for the 3-character code listed on your current green card.