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i just want to ask what is the requirements i need to bring in applying for social security number and the fee is how much i am waiting till i get 2 weeks here to apply, we will apply ssn before we get married, thanks and godbless all

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is no fee.

Must go in person, bring Passport and birth certificate.

Good Luck !


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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hello

i just want to ask what is the requirements i need to bring in applying for social security number and the fee is how much i am waiting till i get 2 weeks here to apply, we will apply ssn before we get married, thanks and godbless all

Darnell is right. No fee is required. I applied for my SSN after i got married to be able to use my new name in all my documents. Bring a copy of your marriage certificate and passport.


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If you just landed in the USA, give two weeks to visit your local SS office. As mentioned above, no fee required Just the proper application and Passport. You will be able to get your conditional card. Some employees at the local offices do not look into their system very well.. if you have some kind of trouble with them, mentioned them you enter with K-1 visa..

If you are already married, then bring your marriage certificate with you and you can obtain your conditional card with that.. No permanent SS card will be giving until you show your AOS [GC]..


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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hello

i just want to ask what is the requirements i need to bring in applying for social security number and the fee is how much i am waiting till i get 2 weeks here to apply, we will apply ssn before we get married, thanks and godbless all

Smart move, you will find things easier with a SSN card. Don't let the SSN people tell you to come back after you are married, you are eligible NOW as a K1. We were lucky, there was a SSN officer who was familiar with the procedures for K1 when we applied.

You will need ORIGINAL birth certificate (phils certificate is fine), philippine passport with visa inside, and your valid I-94 card. You will get a SSN card in your maiden name. Your card takes 7-8 days or so to arrive in the mail.

After marriage, simply go back with old SSN card and your certified or original marriage certificate. Also take your birth cert, passport etc also, they may ask for them. You will get new card with the same SSN number, but with your new married name.

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