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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: France
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When I came to the US in 2005 under my J1 visa, I obtained a social security card under which you could read "Valid for work only with INS authorization".

When I obtained my EAD back in October 2007 and went to get my name changed on the card I figured it would be just the same.

Well I received it a few weeks later but.... No special mentions on it. It looks just like every american John Doe's card.

Do you think they make a mistake and that I should consider myself lucky?

I still plan to go back when I receive my Green Card to get the datas updated, but I wondered if this happened to anyone else.


08.2006: Entered with a B-2 visa.

07.06.07: Civil Wedding

07.17.2008 AOS approved with interview. It took 367 Days!

11.08.08: Big family wedding

09.18.09-10.03.09: First trip to France with Hubby

I-751

04.19.10: Package sent to Vermont

04.21.10: Delivered in Vermont

04.22.10: NOA date

04.23.10: Check cashed

05.17.10: Received biometrics appointment letter

06.07.10: Biometrics Appointment

06.26.10: Touched

07.07.10: Card Production Ordered!

07.17.10: Card in the mail :) Done until citizenship

French Thread I

French Thread II

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Do you think they make a mistake and that I should consider myself lucky?

Yes and Yes

Call the SSA 800# (1-800-772-1213) and see if the "IDN" code on your SSN record is "H". If it is SSA already has you down as a permanant resident and there is no need to do anything after you are issued an I-551.

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: France
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Do you think they make a mistake and that I should consider myself lucky?

Yes and Yes

Call the SSA 800# (1-800-772-1213) and see if the "IDN" code on your SSN record is "H". If it is SSA already has you down as a permanant resident and there is no need to do anything after you are issued an I-551.

Thank you for the tip, I'll do that.


08.2006: Entered with a B-2 visa.

07.06.07: Civil Wedding

07.17.2008 AOS approved with interview. It took 367 Days!

11.08.08: Big family wedding

09.18.09-10.03.09: First trip to France with Hubby

I-751

04.19.10: Package sent to Vermont

04.21.10: Delivered in Vermont

04.22.10: NOA date

04.23.10: Check cashed

05.17.10: Received biometrics appointment letter

06.07.10: Biometrics Appointment

06.26.10: Touched

07.07.10: Card Production Ordered!

07.17.10: Card in the mail :) Done until citizenship

French Thread I

French Thread II

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https://secure.ssa.gov/apps10/poms.nsf/lnx/0100202235

RM 00202.235 Form SS-5 - Evidence (IDN) Codes

The system generates an evidence (IDN) code based on the applicant"s allegations as to citizenship (Item 3) and place of birth (Item 7), and the codes entered in the PBC, EVI, EVA, EVC, and PRA blocks. One of the following IDN codes will be shown on the Numident.

H -- The applicant is an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence.

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