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ITIN for K-2: How to fill out the W-7

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Malaysia
Timeline

Thanks in advance to all who read this and maybe offer some advice!

My fiance came about a month ago on a K-1 visa and we are going to get married this month and start the AOS process as soon as we're married. She applied for and received her SSN without any problems. Her kids are K-2 and I'm trying to get an ITIN for them. The insurance company at my work is requiring they have this (or a SSN) to enroll them.

I downloaded the W-7 form and am not exactly sure how to properly fill it out.

Under "Reason you are submitting Form W-7" I think I should mark "g - Dependent/spouse of a nonresident alien holding a U. S. visa". Is this correct?

I am not filing a tax return for another year so I can't include a tax return as a reason I need the ITIN. I am trying to open up a bank account for the K-2 holders and I have asked my bank to submit a document declaring a need for an ITIN, but they haven't gotten me an answer yet. I must meet one of the exceptions as to why I'm not filing a tax return with the W-7.

Does anyone have any advice on how to get an ITIN for my new kids?

Thanks again!


04 May 2006 - Mailed I-129F to Laguna Niguel

09 May 2006 - Delivered to Laguna Niguel (USPS tracking) and is also the Received Date on the NOA1

24 May 2006 - Check cleared the bank

25 May 2006 - Received NOA1 in the mail (postmarked 24 May and notice date of 22 May)

28 June 2006 - Received IMBRA RFE in the mail (postmarked 27 June and notice date of 23 June)

29 June 2005 - Returned IMBRA RFE overnight service to CSC (signed as received at 7:46 AM, 30 June)

03 July 2006 - Received 2 identical emails from USCIS-CSSO saying they sent me the IMBRA RFE

04 July 2006 - Touched

05 July 2006 - Touched

05 July 2006 - Received 2 identical emails from USCIS-CSSO stating they received my RFE response on 5 July

06 July 2006 - Touched

25 July 2006 - Touched

25 July 2006 - Approved

31 July 2006 - NVC received my application

2 August 2006 - NVC sent my application to embassy at Kuala Lumpur via DHL

7 August 2006 - Received letter sent from NVC dated 3 August stating they received an approved I-129F

23 August 2006 - Packet 3 received

forgot the dates for interview, approvals and such...but we delayed for awhile so kids could finish school

29 December 2007 - K-1 and kids (K-2) arrived at LAX (oh..me too)

12 March 2008 - Got married

28 March 2008 - Filed AOS, AP and EAD

13 April 2008 - Received by USCIS

17 April 2008 - Notice date

21 June 2008 - Received AP approval letter

28 June 2008 - Received EAD cards

24 September 2008 - Received interview letter

Interview scheduled for November 25th

25 November 2008 - Interview in San Bernadino, GC approved

11 December 2008 GC received

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I tried to get an ITN for my son when I first came.

You cannot get one unless you're filing a tax return.


Naturalization

Son's N-400 Timeline

08/14/2020 - Sent N-400 and I-912 waiver to TX lockbox

09/18/2020 - NOA via text

 

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