Posted 03 October 2012 - 12:09 AM
A more pressing problem for me right now is that in roughly two months my company will be doing the annual enrollment for year 2013 for medical, dental and insurance benefits. I would like to enroll her for the benefits but the policies require either an ITIN or a SSN. Since a SSN would not be available to her for at least a year, I am thinking of trying to get her an ITIN. I have the W-7 filled out for her but the question I have is - is there a way to get an ITIN without having to wait until next year when my federal taxes are filed?
Thanks beforehand for any enlightenment on my question
Posted 03 October 2012 - 12:26 AM
Posted 03 October 2012 - 11:10 AM
Filed I-130 via CSC in Feb 2008. Petition approved June 2008. Consular interview in Mexico, Oct 2008, visa denied, INA 212a6cii. We allege improper application of the law in this case.
2012, started over in Seoul: I-130 filed DCF on 7/2, I-130 approved 8/8, Medical at Yonsei Severance 11/20, IR1 appointment in November 2012.
CRBA filed 1-3-13 at Seoul for our daughter
You can find me at Immigrate2us.net as Los G
Posted 05 October 2012 - 05:11 PM
I filed in May, and was denied because my wife's passport copy was not "RED RIBBON" copy. It was my employer and bank that were looking for the SSN.
I was able to attest to my HR dept. that it was "in process" and they granted me until March 2013 to provide. She will be here shortly and will have a permanent SSN. My bank I just put on hold until she arrives.
I had to call the IRS many times in order to find out that the W-7 was rejected, they do not communicate at all. I still think I made the right call to just wait out getting the permanent SSN.
04/03/2012 - Married
04/26/2012 - I-130 Sent
04/30/2012 - NOA1 Date
07/27/2012 - NOA2 Email Received (88 Days since NOA1)
07/30/2012 - Case arrived at NVC building
08/16/2012 - Received case #, IIN, gave both e-mail addresses
08/17/2012 - E-mailed DS-3032 (using email template )
08/24/2012 - AOS bill invoiced & PAID online
08/27/2012 - AOS bill appears as PAID
08/24/2012 - AOS Package sent (via priority mail)
08/27/2012 - AOS package received at NVC
08/31/2012 - AOS/I-864 accepted
08/25/2012 - DS-3032 accepted
08/27/2012 - IV bill invoiced & PAID online
08/28/2012 - IV bill appears as PAID
08/27/2012 - IV Package sent (via priority mail)
08/29/2012 - IV package received at NVC
09/05/2012 - Case complete at NVC
09/13/2012 - Interview date assigned by email
US Embassy Manila
09/19/2012 - Embassy received
10/10/2012 - Med Day1 (Physical, Xray, blood test)
10/11/2012 - Med Day2
10/19/2012 - Interview -APPROVED
10/29/2012 - Visa in hand
10/29/2012 - CFO Seminar
10/31/2012 - Arrived in USA -POE MSP
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