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Hey Again Guys!!!

I've a quick question, I've posted in the AOS forum but ive not gotten much response... After Chris and I get married in June we are going to get his social security card, but he didnt get ead upon entry, we planned on filing for that with the AOS along with AP.. but what im wondering is will it be harder now since he doesnt have his ead to get a social.. is there any information that we have to bring with us .. I just want him to get his social so he can get a bank account here and transfer his money, also I want to put him on my medical insurance after we are married... any help would be greatful... sorry about posting this here but you guys all know us!!!

Kind Regards,


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A SSN is not dependant on getting the elusive "stamp". There should be no difference from an SSA perspective either way... You simply need to go to SSA and apply before day 76 after entry.... If you miss this window than you will ahve to wait until after you applyu for AOS and you get either EAD or greencard.

PS. I bet if you ask (maybe forcibly) you will discover that a SSN is not required to be placed on medical insurance...

Edited by fwaguy


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