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Hi got here recently ,I am wondering how long does one has to wait for the SS number/ID .I have checked the DS230 form for the issuance of the SS number/ID. I would like to apply for a state ID so I dont have to carry my passport always for Identification, I'm assuming they would like my SS number.

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Hi got here recently ,I am wondering how long does one has to wait for the SS number/ID .I have checked the DS230 form for the issuance of the SS number/ID. I would like to apply for a state ID so I dont have to carry my passport always for Identification, I'm assuming they would like my SS number.

Thank you

you can go to your SSA office just bring your passport and marriage cert i didnt wait for mine i apply after a week i arrived


03.14.2011 -------I-751 sent overnight

03.15.2011 -------package says "Delivered"

03.30.2011 -------ASC Appointment Notice Received

04.22.2011 -------Biometrics Appointment

08.29.2011--------APPROVED! GC RECEIVED!

I'm the wife of an American Soldier;

I'm the hope that lives within him after storm clouded days.

The freedom from war that gives wings to his heart,

May they reach across the miles and bind our hearts together

against all that we must face in this world.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Hi got here recently ,I am wondering how long does one has to wait for the SS number/ID .I have checked the DS230 form for the issuance of the SS number/ID. I would like to apply for a state ID so I dont have to carry my passport always for Identification, I'm assuming they would like my SS number.

Thank you

We waited about 10 days after POE so my fiancee would appear in the Social security computers. Then we applied no problem and got her card in 6-7 days. After we married, we went back and simply changed her card to her married name.

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Normally, from 10-45 days.


F2A

Petitioner (My Mom)

Beneficiary (My Sister 18 y.o)

06-07-19- Sent I-130

06-11-19- NOA1

02-19-20- "Initial Review, Transferred to another Visa Center"

03-11-20- APPROVED!!!

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i received my SSN in the mail a week after i arrived here in NC.. then my 2 year gc arrived in the mail on June 12, a month and a week after my POE..

a few days after i recieved my ssn, my husband accompanied me to DMV in Raleigh, to secure a state ID.. they asked for my SSN, passport and a $10 fee..


N400 timeline:

04/17/2013 - sent N400
05/06/2013 - biometrics letter notice date
05/17/2013 - biometrics appointment

05/21/2013 - in line for interview

07/08/2013 - actual interview date

07/19/2013 - oath ceremony

Mom's IR5

10/15/2013 - sent I130

10/16/2013 - receipt date on NOA1 (Overland Park, Kansas)

11/22/2013 - received notice, case transferred to TSC

12/13/2013 - Email update, Petition approved!

01/23/2014 - case transferred to NVC

03/04/2014 - case number assigned

03/06/2014 - submitted DS-261

03/07/2014 - paid AOS Fee

03/19/2014 - sent AOS package

03/25/2014 - paid IV Fee

03/29/2014 - submitted DS260

03/31/2014 - sent DS-260(IV) civil documents

04/08/2014 - IV and AOS Checklist (I864A - incomplete information (place of residence))

04/09/2014 - sent AOS checklist

04/21/2014 - false AOS checklist

05/07/2014 - email notification for case complete

05/14/2014 - received appointment interview letter via email

05/15/2014 - CEAC status "In Transit" to consulate (US Embassy, Manila)

06/11/2014 - interview @ 6:15am (PASSED)

06/11/2014 - CEAC status "ISSUED" (visa is authorized for printing)

07/??/2014 - flight to US POE Detroit

it is all by the grace of God!

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Filed: Country: Philippines
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My SSN card arrived after 1 week.

You don't need to go to SSN office if you check the 2nd "Yes" box on item 33a and 33b of DS-230.


My Journey

Oct 21,1997: Priority Date F2B

May 25,2009: POE LAX

Aug 29,2009: Wedding in PI

F2A for Wife and Daughter

I-130 Track

Feb 04,2010: I-130 Sent

Feb 07,2010: I-130 Received by USCIS

Feb 12,2010: NOA1

Aug 13,2010: Case Touched

Aug 14,2010: Case Touched

Aug 19,2010: Case Touched

Aug 30,2010: Case Approved

Sept 2,2010: NOA2 Received

Sept 15,2010:NVC assigned Case No.

Sept 22,2010:Received AOS Fee Bill and DS-3032. Paid AOS fee online.

Oct 05, 2010:Paid IV Fee Bill online.

Oct 25, 2010:Send package IV to NVC

Oct 27, 2010:NVC Received Package IV

Oct 28, 2010:Send AOS to NVC

Nov 01, 2010:NVC received AOS

Nov 22, 2010:Case Complete

Interview Date : July 17,2012. Passed Interview.

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