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Just want to know if the TIN number is different from SSS number?

Yes .TIN is Tax Identification Number it has 12 digit num while SSS is Social Security System and has 10 digit num :)

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TIN# can be 9 digits just like a SS# and you will need it to file a join return if you're married to a foreign wife, but you won't quailify for the tax stimulus check rebate then.


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11-01-2006 3rd trip-vacation together in Sagada,Philippines

04-21-2007 4th trip-Bukidnon,Philippines (celebrated our 1st year anniversary)

07-23-2007 Filed I-130

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06-23-2008 IR-1 Visa interview (339 days from filing)APPROVED

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07-16-2008 Arrived in Houston Texas at 9:00am

08-02-2008 Received SS card in mail

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11-11-2009 1st Trip back to Mindanao together

12-08-2010 2nd Trip to Mindanao for Christmas

04-22-2011 Filed N-400

04-28-2011 Received text from USCIS "N-400 received and I-797 to follow in mail"

05-17-2011 Biometrics

08-09-2011 Interview (passed)

08-17-2011 Oath

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TIN# can be 9 digits just like a SS# and you will need it to file a join return if you're married to a foreign wife, but you won't quailify for the tax stimulus check rebate then.

Yes, i know now, i have already tin number when we filed the income tax at irs last year


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TIN# can be 9 digits just like a SS# and you will need it to file a join return if you're married to a foreign wife, but you won't quailify for the tax stimulus check rebate then.

Yes, i know now, i have already tin number when we filed the income tax at irs last year

Just to add to what every body else had already said,

Your SS #, when you get it, will replace your TIN number. You will have to stop using the TIN number.

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