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I arrived in US as K1 benificiary a week back. We would like to get married soon, like next week. Can we get married officially, before applying or getting SSN for me?

Wow, why is this thread being posted 4 times? :wacko:

You can get married an hour after you step foot on american soil, no restrictions on that end. What some people have encounterred difficulty w/ is getting their social security card if they were close to having their I-94 expired. (For K-1's they have 90 days on their I-94) You can always just get your SSN in your maiden name, and file to change it after your marriage.

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you can. It just seemed simpler for us to apply after Claudeth had been here two weeks. It only took another week for the card to arrive.


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I arrived in US as K1 benificiary a week back. We would like to get married soon, like next week. Can we get married officially, before applying or getting SSN for me?

yes u can get married prior to applying SSN but secure first your marriage license as sometimes it takes a week to get it.

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I arrived in US as K1 benificiary a week back. We would like to get married soon, like next week. Can we get married officially, before applying or getting SSN for me?

You can marry the same day when you arrive in US (at least get the marriage license). You can go to apply for your SSN with maiden name if you want but my advice is that you file when you're already marry, for avoid to have to change your maiden name for marry name in your SSN. I applied the same day that I arrived with my maiden name, but next I have to change the name...

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