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what happens after you pass your interview? Do I have to go to SSN office or I can start working whenever I can. My interview is coming up and my husband and I are really happy. All thanks to him. :dance: WE do not have have health insurance together. Is that going to be a problem?

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what happens after you pass your interview? Do I have to go to SSN office or I can start working whenever I can. My interview is coming up and my husband and I are really happy. All thanks to him. :dance: WE do not have have health insurance together. Is that going to be a problem?

Right after your successful interview, you take a deep breath,go to a bar and have a beer or two (or10). Walk around the streets with a smile on your face.

As for SSN, if you already have your EAD you should have applied for SSN when you got EAD. If not you can go to SSA after you get your GC, I have heard it takes time for USCIS to "transfer" information to SSA, so you may have to visit them few times.I don't think not having health insurance together would be a problem. you do have other evidence right?

Congratulations on the interview date and best of luck.


I-751

01/27/09 Sent to CSC

01/29/09 Delivered to CSC

02/02/09 Check Cashed

02/04/09 NOA received, dated 01/29/09

02/13/09 Biometrics Appt letter Received

02/24/09 Biometrics done

04/08/09 Approval notice in mail (Dated 04/03/09)

05/21/09 Called USCIS "Where is my GC?"

06/01/09 Received 10 yr GC

N-400

03/03/10 Sent to Phoenix, AZ

03/05/10 Delivered to Phoenix, AZ

03/15/10 Check cashed

03/17/10 NOA received, dated 03/13/10

03/18/10 Online status indicates RFE was mailed

03/22/10 Biometrics Appt letter Received

04/12/10 Biometrics done

05/01/10 Email Notification from USCIS " Case transfered to a local office for a standard interview"

05/05/10 Interview letter received

06/17/10 Interview

06/28/10 Oath Ceremony. I am a U.S Citizen!!!

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Filed: Other Country: India
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what happens after you pass your interview? Do I have to go to SSN office or I can start working whenever I can. My interview is coming up and my husband and I are really happy. All thanks to him. :dance: WE do not have have health insurance together. Is that going to be a problem?

Right after your successful interview, you take a deep breath,go to a bar and have a beer or two (or10). Walk around the streets with a smile on your face.

As for SSN, if you already have your EAD you should have applied for SSN when you got EAD. If not you can go to SSA after you get your GC, I have heard it takes time for USCIS to "transfer" information to SSA, so you may have to visit them few times.I don't think not having health insurance together would be a problem. you do have other evidence right?

Congratulations on the interview date and best of luck.

We're going to party after that. :dance::dance: here is hoping. Yes, we do have lots of evidence together. We applied for EAD AOS and travel document. Nothing has been approved yet. They scheduled us for an interview. Happy New Year!

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