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Hi all,

Just a quick question, we`re filling in the AOS form and at the box requesting a social security number for me (don`t have one yet as I haven`t got there yet :P)

I`m sure I read on here to not leave anything blank and to use a specific word yet after trawling through the pages I can`t seem to find the answer again.

Is it ok to leave blank or is there something specific to put in the box?

Many thanks in advance.

Great site and valuable info on all topics.

Have I waffled on too much :D

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Hi all,

Just a quick question, we`re filling in the AOS form and at the box requesting a social security number for me (don`t have one yet as I haven`t got there yet :P)

I`m sure I read on here to not leave anything blank and to use a specific word yet after trawling through the pages I can`t seem to find the answer again.

Is it ok to leave blank or is there something specific to put in the box?

Many thanks in advance.

Great site and valuable info on all topics.

Have I waffled on too much :D

I would write "NONE" since you do not have one as yet. It is applicable as you can get one so writting "N/A" IMHO not be accurate.

Dave

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Hi all,

Just a quick question, we`re filling in the AOS form and at the box requesting a social security number for me (don`t have one yet as I haven`t got there yet :P)

I`m sure I read on here to not leave anything blank and to use a specific word yet after trawling through the pages I can`t seem to find the answer again.

Is it ok to leave blank or is there something specific to put in the box?

Many thanks in advance.

Great site and valuable info on all topics.

Have I waffled on too much :D

Read the form instructions again. You missed a detail on page 3

How To Fill Out Form I-485

1. Type or print legibly in black ink.

2. If extra space is needed to complete any item, attach a continuation sheet, write your name and Alien Registration Number (A-Number) (if any), at the top of each sheet of paper, indicate the Part and Item Number to which your answer refers, and date and sign each sheet.

3. Answer all questions fully and accurately. If an item is not applicable or the answer is "none," leave the space blank.


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