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My fiancee came here on a K-1 Visa. We just got married and I would like her to get covered through my work insurance. What will she need to do this. We haven't gotten her a SSN yet. Does she need that?

One last question...I am about to take her to a civil surgeon for the rest of her vaccinations...does she need a SSN for that or anything else? Thank you

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Scotland
Timeline

It depends on how your insurance works.

My husband works for the college and added me to his work insurance a couple months ago but his work had a 3 month period (that ended in june) where he could change the policy (add me), does your work insurance have a certain time frame that you need to be in to change your insurance coverage?.

I also needed my SSN, but again could be different because of the type of work he is in.

SSN is not needed for the Civil Surgeon or applying for AOS so don't worry about that.


29/06/2004 Met online

24/10/2004- Officially started dating!

-Various Trips Between the USA and Scotland-

25/12/2007- Steven Proposed, and gave me a lovely Ring!

29/02/2008- Sent I-129F to VSC

22/09/2008-1pm - Recieved Visa!

04/11/2008 -Steven comes back to Scotland for the Celebrations!

09/11/2008- We return home together!

23/01/2009- Wedding!!!

Your I-129f was approved in 108 days from your NOA1 date.

Preparing AOS Forms.

09/4/2009- Sent AOS

11/4/2009- Received and signed for

20/4/2009- Received NOA for AOS/EAD/AP (Dated April 17th)

20/4/2009- USCIS cashed check for $1010

09/5/2009- Biometrics

11/5/2009- Case transferred to CSC

05/6/2009- Received AP

09/6/2009- Received EAD

22/7/2009- Approved!

27/7/2009- Greencard in Hand

Removal of Conditions.

15/5/2011- Received @ VSC

23/5/2011-NOA1

12/07/2011- Biometrics

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My fiancee came here on a K-1 Visa. We just got married and I would like her to get covered through my work insurance. What will she need to do this. We haven't gotten her a SSN yet. Does she need that?

One last question...I am about to take her to a civil surgeon for the rest of her vaccinations...does she need a SSN for that or anything else? Thank you

This is so specific to your policy. I doubt anyone here can advise you. I would contact your employer or insurance.


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It all depends on the requirements of your health insurance company, almost all require a SSN for dependents listed under the beneficiary.

You may be able to get her temporary benefits with a copy of the marriage certificate, and they may require proof of SSN application.

Contact your employer's human resources for their requirements. But get that SSN ASAP, you need it for everything.


Surf,

05/26/2009 - Mailed I-129F to VSC

05/28/2009 - I-129F Received by VSC

05/29/2009 - NOA1 Date & mailed by VSC

06/02/2009 - Check Cashed by VSC

06/03/2009 - Got Case Number from back of canceled check image

06/04/2009 - Received NOA1, postmarked 06/02/2009

09/10/2009 - Amended Notice I-797 Email?

09/15/2009 - NVC Received file

09/16/2009 - NOA2 Hardcopy received!

09/17/2009 - NVC sent file to consulate

09/25/2009 - Consulate received hardcopy file

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My fiancee came here on a K-1 Visa. We just got married and I would like her to get covered through my work insurance. What will she need to do this. We haven't gotten her a SSN yet. Does she need that?

One last question...I am about to take her to a civil surgeon for the rest of her vaccinations...does she need a SSN for that or anything else? Thank you

After we got married my husband added me to his insurance right away, they required a SSN though but it didn't took long but like the other vjers said it all depends on your insurance policy. Try to check with your office.

With the vaccination concern, they just needed my vaccination record and an ID. If she has SSN just have it with her when you go see a civil surgeon.

Good Luck!


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October 24, 2007 - we met online ( Cherry Blossoms)

February 24, 2008 - He came to the Philippines to finally meet me!

February 26, 2008 - He proposed to me and I said YES!

March 4, 2008 - Flew back home ( US )- sad

K1 timeline:

April 7, 2008 - sent I-129f to VSC

April 10, 2008 - VSC received petition

April 18, 2008 - NOA1 hard copy received

May 9, 2008 - touched

July 14, 2008 - touched

July 15, 2008 - NOA2 (99days)

Aug.14-15,2008-Medical PASSED

Aug.22,2008- Interview PASSED (Pink Slip Only)

Aug.29,2008- VISA ON HAND

Sept.3,2008- POE Houston TX

October 25, 2008 - Officially Mrs. Eaton

AOS Timeline:

March 10, 2009 - AOS package sent to USCIS via FedEx

March 12, 2009 12:21pm - AOS package delivered to USCIS

March 20, 2009 - Check cashed

March 21, 2009 - NOA1 for I-485, I-131 and I-765

March 24, 2009 - Received Biometrics Appointment

April 4, 2009 - Case transferred to CSC

April 7, 2009 - Biometrics appointment is done

May 4, 2009 - AP approval notice received

May 8,2008 - EAD received

June 3, 2009 - Welcome notice from CRIS via email

June 8, 2009 - Receive hard copy of welcome notice on the mail

June 15, 2009 - Card production ordered

June 27, 2009 - Green Card on hand ( 2 years )

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Kenya
Timeline

Contact your employer. For SS, get it asap


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Set me as seal over your heart. Solomon 8:6

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AOS

08/03/2009 - AOS Approval

08/13/ 2009- GC in mail

ROC

09/01/2011 - Roc Approval

N - 400

06/15/2012 - Mailed N - 400 package to Phoenix

06/19/2012 - Notice of Action

07/20/2012 - Biometrics

08/20/2012 - Interview: PASSED

09/21/2012 - Oath Ceremony :)

09/21/2012 - US Citizen

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I added my wife to my health insurance. It did not require an SSN. Call your HR/benefits department. Outside open enrollment, life events usually come with a 90 day window to make a benefits change.


03/12/2007 - Married to my beautiful wife

04/16/2007 - Sent I-130 to VSC via USPS Express Mail

05/12/2007 - NOA1 received by snail mail after a loooong wait

05/14/2007 - Sent I-129F for K3 to Chicago Lockbox via USPS Express Mail

10/22/2007 - I129F APPROVED (161 days), I130 APPROVED (188 days)

11/08/2007 - I129F received at NVC, embassy case number generated.

11/13/2007 - I129F forwarded to embassy.

11/18/2007 - 129F petition received at embassy

01/09/2008 - finally, DOS gives me the interview date, April 16, 2007 (ouch)

01/23/2008 - never got packet 4, emailed embassy

04/11/2008 - picked up packet 4, did medical

04/14/2008 - medical report pickup, no problems

04/16/2008 - interview date- APPROVED!!!!!

04/18/2008 - both of us are home at last, POE JFK!

05/21/2008 - sent AOS and EAD

05/27/2008 - received NOA1 for AOS and for EAD

06/02/2008 - received Biometrics appt letter

06/19/2008 - Biometrics appointment scheduled - DONE

06/19/2008 - both AOS and EAD touched because of biometrics

07/29/2008 - EAD approved.

05/13/2009 - AOS Interview - APPROVED!/ Card production ordered email

05/18/2009 - Welcome Letter received

06/12/2009 - Second card production ordered email

06/19/2009 - Approval notice send email

06/22/2009 - Green Card received

04/09/2012 - Applied for Citizenship by Express Mailing N400 to NBC

04/10/2012 - N400 received by USCIS

06/23/2012 - Biometrics appointment

07/27/2012 - Appointment scheduled for N400 interview

09/05/2012 - Interview passed, oath ceremony completed, and Naturalization certificate received.

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