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Old SS Number needed??

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Hi,

I have question regarding my SS number , I know in my imiggrant visa after my I130 been approved I need to fill in some question regarding my SSN. I was a student in states before and I did have my SS number, howeverthat was 12 years ago and I left states since 2000 till today and I lost my SS number and forget what is the number.

Currently I am not staying in states waiting for my immigrant visa.

My question is will they e able to track if I have my SS number visa in their data file record?

I will have to apply new SSN number once I move to states after my paperwork is completed.

Time line

March 14 2008- Husband USC sent I130 to Vermont

April15 - NOA receipt

Nov 13- Case transferred to CSC

Dec 11- Case Approved

Waiting to receive package from NVC

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