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Hi.. everybody !

My husband who is US citizen, we are in CR visa process now, he is going to buy life insurance, but we don't know if i can be the beneficiary before i get spouse visa ?

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Hi.. everybody !

My husband who is US citizen, we are in CR visa process now, he is going to buy life insurance, but we don't know if i can be the beneficiary before i get spouse visa ?

Anybody can be a beneficiary whom ever the insured person assign his beneficiary.

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Yes u can be the beneficiary, and its also a prove that your marriage is real

I can take out an insurance policy and make you the beneficiary. Does that make us a couple? No, that shows that we may have a business relationship.

Comingling of finances is one demonstration of a bona fide marital relationship. Among many things, having a spouse as a beneficiary adds to the other evidence provided.


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Yes you can be the beneficiary; even if you never intended to come to the USA.


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Hi.. everybody !

My husband who is US citizen, we are in CR visa process now, he is going to buy life insurance, but we don't know if i can be the beneficiary before i get spouse visa ?

Yes. Since he's shopping around for quotes, be certain to mention this to each agent that's prepping each quote.

i heard different answer, to be insurance beneficiary, should have America identity and SSN

if this was heard as output from an insurance agent, well, you've got the wrong insurance agent.

Shop around !


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Hi.. everybody !

My husband who is US citizen, we are in CR visa process now, he is going to buy life insurance, but we don't know if i can be the beneficiary before i get spouse visa ?

Yup...the beneficiary never has to even reside in US.


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Is this for all insurance? Or just life insurance? The fact that you can add a spouse who is not located in the U.S. yet and is without a Social Security Number.

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thanks for all you guys answer!


Is this for all insurance? Or just life insurance? The fact that you can add a spouse who is not located in the U.S. yet and is without a Social Security Number.

Just life insurance.

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Just to point out something:

I have filled out life insurance forms.

Many do ask for a social security number.

Just because it is on the form does not mean it is strictly required.

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