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Hiya everyone!

We are planning to marry pretty much the next day after my man gets here. We plan to get married at the court house with close friends and family so we can get the change of status going.

Will it be ok to get married and then apply for the social security card? I am a little confused about when we apply for the social security card anyway. Some help and clarification would be great! :)

Thanks a million!

-Dawn


-Dawn(Vinny-Irish/Dawn-American)

08/14/13: CITIZEN! We are done!

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Hiya everyone!

We are planning to marry pretty much the next day after my man gets here. We plan to get married at the court house with close friends and family so we can get the change of status going.

Will it be ok to get married and then apply for the social security card? I am a little confused about when we apply for the social security card anyway. Some help and clarification would be great! :)

Thanks a million!

-Dawn

You can apply for SSN at any time, before or after the marriage. Best of luck to you!

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Hiya everyone!

We are planning to marry pretty much the next day after my man gets here. We plan to get married at the court house with close friends and family so we can get the change of status going.

Will it be ok to get married and then apply for the social security card? I am a little confused about when we apply for the social security card anyway. Some help and clarification would be great! :)

Thanks a million!

-Dawn

You can apply for SSN at any time, before or after the marriage. Best of luck to you!

Since you are applying for a K1 visa, the visa holder can ask for a SSN before getting married, but at least 2 weeks after the arrival. We did after getting married so the name was already change (for me). Now, when your husband get the AOS, he will have to get another SScard.

Hope it helps, and good luck in your marriage.


K1 process

20-11-06 We sent our petition I129F

28-12-06 NOA1

14-02-07 NOA2

17-03-07 Packet 4 arrived

29-05-07 Successful interview. (We waited that long because my fiance travels a lot)

AOS

15-07-07 Wedding

14-08-07 Interview in OK City, AOS, EAD and AP

15-09-07 NOA for EAD and AP.(sep 13)and on 20-09-07 NOA for AOS. (sep 13)

13-10-07 AP received

17-10-07 Biometrics.

29-10-07 EAD received

28-11-07 Card production ordered

11-12-07 Green Card on hand.

Removing conditions

4-09-09 Send papers to VSC

8-09-09 Confirmation via FedEx (Same as NOA)

07-10-09 Biometrics appointment

20-10-09 Second biometric (29 was the date)

24-12-09 Approved green card

19-01-10 Green card on hand

Citizenship

09-29-10 Send papers to Dallas lockbox

01-18-2011 Interview

04-13-2011 Oath ceremony

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