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HELP WITH QUESTION 44 FORM DS230

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Hello everyone!! I got my mom's approval and i just started doing all the paperworks for the next step at NVC.....Question 44 there is a question if somebody helped in this case my mom to request SSN # I put my information it this correct? am i supposed to send this form to her?? Or I can do behalf of her.

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It's correct since you did really help.


N400 CITIZENSHIP STAGE

23-DEC-2016 -:- N400 form mailed to Dallas, TX Lockbox (USPS EXPRESS)

27-DEC-2016 -:- N400 form delivered/picked up by USCIS

01-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form fee check cashed by USCIS

04-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form received per NOA1

09-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form NOA1 notice date

14-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form NOA1 on hand through USPS

30-JAN-2017 -:- N400 fingerprint taken

01-FEB-2017 -:- N400 interview schedule process started

26-JUL-2017 -:- N400 interview date set (01SEP2017)

29-JUL-2017 -:- N400 interview letter on hand

01-SEP-2017 -:- N400 interview date - Interview passed

10-OCT-2017-:- N400 oath ceremony letter on hand (oath on 26OCT2017)

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Hello everyone!! I got my mom's approval and i just started doing all the paperworks for the next step at NVC.....Question 44 there is a question if somebody helped in this case my mom to request SSN # I put my information it this correct? am i supposed to send this form to her?? Or I can do behalf of her.

thanks!!

Did someone help the intending immigrant (who is supposed to fill out the form) fill out the Ds 230? If so, fill in the information.

It sounds like you are the USC and you are petitioning your mom, so I would have her write your name, relation and address, assuming you helped her. I don't see where it asks her to put your social security number in box 44. Question 43 a asks if your mom has ever applied for a social security card and if she would like a new one. Unless she has had one in the past, put no.

At least that is my take. I hope I understood your question.

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