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Denied a Social Security Number- help!

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So, I'm on a K1 visa, just got married, and waited two weeks before going in to apply for my Social Security number so I would be on the government systems- only thing is - the staff at the Gainesville SS office say that you CANT get a SSN on a K1 unless you have your EAD (even though I said I want a card that says 'cant work' and they DO have them- until I get my EAD!) They said the computer REQUIRES the input of the EAD number or it won't go ahead with the processing!! From what I've seen on this website, thats BS! So- I'd like to hear from anyone who entered the US on a K1 (without adjusting from say a student visa or anything- just a K1 like me) and just got their SSN so I can know what you did and which office I should send my documents to because my local one doesnt know anything!! And I need that SSN or I cant get a Driver's License!

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So, I'm on a K1 visa, just got married, and waited two weeks before going in to apply for my Social Security number so I would be on the government systems- only thing is - the staff at the Gainesville SS office say that you CANT get a SSN on a K1 unless you have your EAD (even though I said I want a card that says 'cant work' and they DO have them- until I get my EAD!) They said the computer REQUIRES the input of the EAD number or it won't go ahead with the processing!! From what I've seen on this website, thats BS! So- I'd like to hear from anyone who entered the US on a K1 (without adjusting from say a student visa or anything- just a K1 like me) and just got their SSN so I can know what you did and which office I should send my documents to because my local one does'nt know anything!!

I know a little about applying for an SSN with K-1 status.

When did you get here? If it has been less than 76 days, you either go back to that office and ask to speak with a manager and tell them to read POMS procedure RM 00203.500 C1 or you try another office.

The mistake you made is saying you want a non work authorized SSN. Did you check off not authorized to work on the application too?

Can't send your documents anywhere. For an original SSN and card you must apply in person.

No such thing as an EAD number. They either use your A# or I-94# to verify your immigration status.

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gaura u were in gainesville texas??

if yes u need more then a SSN to get the DL...iam in texas too and i went to the DMV and they told me i need the greencard..before iam not permant resident they will give me no DL...in other states u can do it with NOA 1 or with EAD...but not in texas....


AOS Timeline

08/13/08 AOS sent
08/18/08 NOA1
08/22/08 Appointment Biomentrics
09/10/08 Biometrics done
09/11/08 RFE
09/18/08 Case transfered to NBC
10/16/08 EAD approved
10/24/08 EAD approved again
10/27/08 EAD in Mail
10/28/08 applied for SSN (not verified)still waiting:-(
12/18/08 got my SSN today YEAHHHHH
12/30/08 passed my TX DL today YIPPIEEEEEEE
03/03/09 Interview ,approved...thanks god:-)
03/09/09 Welcome letter in Mail.Juhuuuuuuuu
03/16/09 Green Card in Mail:-)))))

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ROC....and the Game starts again:-)

02/02/10 I-751 Waiver to VSC
02/08/10 NOA1
02/17/10 Check cashed
04/15/10 Biometrics
07/26/10 Interview
08/06/10 Approved ,thanks god juhuuuuuuuuuuuu
08/16/10 Greencard in Mail,done for ten years:-))

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N-400 here we go in the last round

12/09/2013 N-400 to Dallas

12/13/2013 NOA1

12/18/2013 check cashed

01/03/2014 Biometrics

02/04/2014 in line for Interview

04/11/2014 Interview& Oath

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