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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Chile
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Hi all - well we are now together, but we have a new problem. We applied for a ss card a couple of days after he arrived. We planned on marrying right away and filing for the AOS. However - we are being advised by the ss administration that we are going to have to wait six weeks to receive a ss #. Has anyone else experienced this? Please help.


K-1 VISA APPLICATION

I-129F: 5-20-09

Check cashed: 5-26-09

1st NOA: 5-26-09

2nd NOA: 6-17-09

NVC received: 7-1-09

Out of AP at NVC: 7-14-09

Delivered to consulate: 7-17-09

Received Package 3: 7-24-09

Returned Package 3: 7-31-09

Medical Exam: 8-5-09

Interview: 9-14-09

Received Visa: 9-23-09

Entered USA:9-25-09

Wedding Date: 11-20-09

ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS

AOS sent: 11-03-09

AOS 1st NOA recd: 11-20-09

AOS RFE recd: 12-1-09

Biometrics Appt: 12-15-09

RFE response sent: 12-17-09

Transfer to CSC: 01-05-10

EAD Approved: 01-11-10

AP Approved: 01-07-10

REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS

Package sent: 11-28-2011

RFE received: 09-05-2012

Response sent: 09-19-2012

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Hi all - well we are now together, but we have a new problem. We applied for a ss card a couple of days after he arrived. We planned on marrying right away and filing for the AOS. However - we are being advised by the ss administration that we are going to have to wait six weeks to receive a ss #. Has anyone else experienced this? Please help.

So the SSA accepted your application for a SS# and they told you it could take 6 weeks. Correct? If so, it's only been about 2 weeks since you applied, that is not an unusual amount of time (2 to 4 weeks is typical).

Are you thinking you need the SS# to file for AOS?

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Actually when filling aos, you don't have to fill ssn there. It's okay if you haven't had it yet, then you can write none or n/a. It's not something very urgent to fill ssn there.


K-1

10/6/2008: I-129F

4/14/2009: Visa in hand

5/17/2009: POE (Yaaaay!!)

AOS

9/8/2009: Sent I-765, I-485

12/7/2009: Interview

2/27/2010: GC in hands!! Thanks to GOD!!

ROC

11/21/2011: Sent I-751

11/23/2011: Package received

11/28/2011: Check cashed

11/23/2011: NOA dated

12/1/2011 : NOA received

1/03/2012 : Called USCIS for bio letter

1/16/2012 : Biometrics Notice Date

1/21/2012 : Biometrics Letter

2/13/2012 : Biometrics Appointment

4/27/2012 : Decision of Date

5/3/2012 : Notice of Approval

6/1/2012 : GC in hand :-D

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Hi all - well we are now together, but we have a new problem. We applied for a ss card a couple of days after he arrived. We planned on marrying right away and filing for the AOS. However - we are being advised by the ss administration that we are going to have to wait six weeks to receive a ss #. Has anyone else experienced this? Please help.

Received an information paper when I arrived that said I would receive SSN within 3 weeks and to call if I didn't. Wellll I didn't and when I called they said it normally takes 6-8 weeks.


California Service Center

Consulate: Vienna, Austria

01/09/2008: Marriage

01/22/2009: I-130 Sent

02/10/2009: I-130 NOA1

02/12/2009: I-129 Sent

03/03/2009: I-129 NOA1

03/16/2009: I-130 NOA2 I-129 NOA2

NVC Journey CR-1

04/03/2009: NVC Received and Case number assigned

04/06/2009: IV bill/AOS Fee bill generated (for son)

04/06/2009: Pay I-864 Fee Bill online (for son)Paid I-864 Fee Bill online (for son)

04/07/2009: IV bill/AOS Fee bill (for son) status shows paid

04/08/2009: IV bill/AOS Fee bill generated (for me) Pay I-864 Fee Bill online (for me)

04/09/2009: IV bill/AOS Fee bill (for me) status shows paid

04/09/2009: Received I-864/DS-230 package

04/28/2009: Send completed I-864 package Send completed DS-230 package

05/18/2009: Package entered into system

05/27/2009: AVR says RFE sent by email

06/02/2009: Received RFE by email Sent RFE DHL

06/08/2009: NVC received RFE

06/10/2009: RFE entered into AVR

06/19/2009: Case Completed at NVC

07/08/2009: NVC Left

Embassy Journey CR-1

07/12/2009: Received by embassy

08/24/2009: Medical

08/25/2009: Interview Date

08/26/2009: Visa in hand

09/14/2009: POE Boston Harbour

01/18/2011: I-751 sent to CSC

01/24/2011: NOA1

03/04/2011: Biometrics

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Chile
Timeline

I dont know if we need a ss # for the AOS as we have not gotten that far yet, however, we are being told we need a ss# to be able to get married. Cant file the AOS until we are married. This is the problem. Thanks.


K-1 VISA APPLICATION

I-129F: 5-20-09

Check cashed: 5-26-09

1st NOA: 5-26-09

2nd NOA: 6-17-09

NVC received: 7-1-09

Out of AP at NVC: 7-14-09

Delivered to consulate: 7-17-09

Received Package 3: 7-24-09

Returned Package 3: 7-31-09

Medical Exam: 8-5-09

Interview: 9-14-09

Received Visa: 9-23-09

Entered USA:9-25-09

Wedding Date: 11-20-09

ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS

AOS sent: 11-03-09

AOS 1st NOA recd: 11-20-09

AOS RFE recd: 12-1-09

Biometrics Appt: 12-15-09

RFE response sent: 12-17-09

Transfer to CSC: 01-05-10

EAD Approved: 01-11-10

AP Approved: 01-07-10

REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS

Package sent: 11-28-2011

RFE received: 09-05-2012

Response sent: 09-19-2012

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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I dont know if we need a ss # for the AOS as we have not gotten that far yet, however, we are being told we need a ss# to be able to get married. Cant file the AOS until we are married. This is the problem. Thanks.

Actually it's not a problem, Some states and or city do require a social security # to be able to marry, if this is the case and you have called yourself to confirm that, and told them that your spouse is foreign and you need to marry to satisfy an immigration requirement, if they said no, then just go to another city or state... Vegas seems to be popular.


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