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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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Hello all!

We are in the process of filing out the forms for AOS. My wife and step son arrived in the United States on June 2nd and we got married June 7th. My question is are we too late to apply for a social security card? Do we need to wait for my wife to receive her AOS before we can file for the social security card? I read that K1 visa holders are able to receive a SS number, but once married this all changes, the K1 is no longer valid. What are your thoughts?

Thank You in advance!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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I got my SSN card in married name after getting married.

I entered married a few days later and applied right after the marriage and got my card in the mail a few weeks later.

Brought my marriage cert and passport with K-1 visa.

I had downloaded and filled out the forms before I went in to save time.


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

I am a Citizen of the United States of America. 04/16/13

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i had my ssn even before the marriage... i going there again after i get my marriage certificate so i can change my last name...

no change of number even if you change your name many times...

i suggest... you get her ssn so you can put the number in the AOS application and in EAD application...


K1 Journey

11-01-2010 Packet Sent

11-06-2010 NOA1 Hardcopy

03-17-2011 NOA2

03-31-2011 SLMEC Medical

04-20-2011 Visa Approved

05-03-2011 Visa Received

05-09-2011 CFO Seminar

05-12-2011 US Entry

06-08-2001 Wedding

AOS Journey

06-22-2011 Packet Sent (AOS/EAD/AP)

06-26-2011 NOA1 Hard Copy (AOS/EAD/AP)

07-19-2011 Received Biometric Appt 08-04-2011

07-20-2011 Received Notice-case transferred to CSC

07-26-2011 Biometrics-Walk in

08-15-2011 Approved EAD/AP

08-22-2011 Received card EAD/AP

08-31-2011 GC Approved

09-08-2011 GC Received

ROC Journey

05-28-2013 Packet Sent

06-07-2013 NOA

06-11-2013 Received Biometric Appt

07-08-2013 Biometric Appt

08-22-2013 Received notice-case transferred to CSC

10-08-2013 ROC Approved

10-13-2013 GC Received

N-400 Journey

06-02-2014 Packet Sent

06-12-2014 NOA

06-23-2014 Received Biometrics Appt

07-02-2014 Biometrics Appt

09-02-2014 Interview (Approved)

11-13-2014 Oath Taking

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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Hello all!

We are in the process of filing out the forms for AOS. My wife and step son arrived in the United States on June 2nd and we got married June 7th. My question is are we too late to apply for a social security card? Do we need to wait for my wife to receive her AOS before we can file for the social security card? I read that K1 visa holders are able to receive a SS number, but once married this all changes, the K1 is no longer valid. What are your thoughts?

Thank You in advance!

As long as there is at least 2 weeks left on the I-94 she is still eligible for the SSN HOWEVER, some SSA offices will try and tell you that by marrying you are now a K3 which isn't SSN eligible. This is complete ####### but they MAY try and pull that stunt.

You have nothing to lose by going to try

You do not need the SSN for the AOS/EAD application.

If the SSA fails to give you the SSN she can get it once she gets her EAD.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Russia
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Hello all!

We are in the process of filing out the forms for AOS. My wife and step son arrived in the United States on June 2nd and we got married June 7th. My question is are we too late to apply for a social security card? Do we need to wait for my wife to receive her AOS before we can file for the social security card? I read that K1 visa holders are able to receive a SS number, but once married this all changes, the K1 is no longer valid. What are your thoughts?

Thank You in advance!

Wait until two or three weeks of arrival and then go apply for the SSN. Marriage does not factor into this.

The SS card will be stamped (Able to Work with DHS Authorization) which means once she receives the GC, then she can go back to the SSA office and have them reissue the card without that.


Phil (Lockport, near Chicago) and Alla (Lobnya, near Moscow)

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