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UCI number in Visitor Visa

Hello all,

I need help to figure out the UCI mystery. I read somewhere that if you have contacted IRCC before, for student visa or visitor visa or PR, you would have UCI.

I have two Visitor Visa stamp on my passport from almost more than 12 years back and trying to find whether any UCI is mentioned on that. None of the numbers in the two visas are same.

Here are little details
Visa 1 —
Dates: 21/8/2003 to 18/11/2003
Document no: Exxxxxxxxx (E followed by 9 digits)
Category: V-1
C.Rec/Rec. F: FPA
Above Govt of Canada: Vxxxxxxxxx( E followed by 9 digits)
Left of FPA, there is one code: Axxxxxxx( A followed by 7 digits)
and on the right most side: There is a number in red font, in vertical alignment: Axxxxxxxxx (A followed by 9 digits)

Visa 2 —
Dates: 8/7/2005 to 4/1/2006
Document no: Exxxxxxxxx (E followed by 9 digits) – Different than what I have on Visa 1
Category: V-1
C.Rec/Rec. F: FPA
Above Govt of Canada: Vxxxxxxxxx( E followed by 9 digits) – Different than what I have on Visa 1
Left of FPA, there is one code: Axxxxxxx( A followed by 7 digits) – Different than what I have on Visa 1
and on the right most side: There is a number in red font, in vertical alignment: Axxxxxxxxx (A followed by 9 digits) – Different than what I have on Visa 1

Any ideas or help on what should I do?

Thanks

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