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Filed: Country: Australia
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Hi terribly sorry if this has been asked somewhere but I'm wondering if anyone can be of help. We have filed all our paperwork and just recieved our NOA2 January 27th (WAHOOOOOOOOO)and are happy to be moving forward. Here is my delemia, I am currently recieving Food Stamps and Daycare assistance thru the state and I'm wondering if that will effect the process of my fiance moving over. I am also wondering if I will have to give these up once he gets here, because I know a big thing is that they cannot be a burden to the state or whatever, He will not be able to file for a social security number to work and everything until he's been here for 6 months so Im a little worried about losing these bennifets and still being able to live. ... Sorry that this is a little scattered, Im a little lost on the topic and just hoping that someone can give my some insight or maybe even just a good refrence as I havent been able to really find out much about this specific topic.

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What gives you the idea he has to wait for a social security number?


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He can file for an SSN and a work permit as soon as you guys are married. There is no waiting period. And no, these benefits are dispersed to YOU, you will not have to give them up. However, you will most likely need to find a co-sponsor for your affidavit of support.

Good luck and congrats on the NOA2!!


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He can file for SSN as soon as he enters the country.


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Sent: 7/21/12

NOA1: 7/23/12

Touch: 7/24/2012

Biometrics: 8/24/2012

Card Production Ordered: 3/6/2013

*Eligible for Naturalization: October 13, 2013*

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Peru
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You have to make over the 125% above poverty line for ur fiance/e - or have a cosponsor. I'm not sure how much u have to make in order to receive assistance from the state...so that will play a part in if you can still receive that or not.

He will be able to get SSN almost immediately, and be able to work after AOS, which usually takes about 3 months, if I'm not mistaken.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Iran
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He is not eligible for the benefits but you are. I believe the way it works is he will not be counted as a member of the household for determining the size but any income he has (after he is able to legally work) will be counted as household income. These benefits are usually state specific so the best source of information would be the local benefits office.

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Filed: Country: Australia
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I was under the impression that the AOS takes 6 months (I might be wrong, I really wish they would make this process a bit less confussing! lol) and I will need a co-sponsor, I am currently working on figuring out which forms we need to have my sister fill out for that venture. I'm really worried about my Daycare bennifets because my babysitter is wondering if they will be losing thier job when my fiance come to live here, as I wont be able to cover the 1k daycare bill alone, If he cant work for 3-6 months.

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