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Consular report of birth Abroad

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I applied for a consular report of birth abroad for my son who was born recntly and thank God he was given the US Pasport and a Cosuler Report of Birth Abroad Certificate.I asked the embassy how i can obtain a social security card for him and the said i have to do this on my own.So they maid a certified copy of both the passport and the Cosular Report of birth for me and asked me to bring it here in the US and present it to the Social Security office and they will issue me one.But when i did,the lady i spoke totold me i need to bring the original of the documents given to me by the embassy and the baby to the social security office before they can be able to help me.

I just want to know if some one has gone through this and whether this person was able to get the social security card without being asked to bring the baby and the originals .

The reason is the mother is my fiancee whom i have filled for a K1 visa for and she is now in the process of obtaining her visa and had not yet even been scheduled for interview yet.

So please help or tell me what to do if someone on this forum has been able to get the social Seurty card without having these problems.Meanwhile their website says they accept certified copies from the government agency that issue them.

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your talking abut a different world with those people :bonk: original copies or certified copies is true. to be honest there is no rush for child to get a ss card if your not seeking government assistance. so you can wait until all originals arrive with your future. also before all leaves get like 3 or 4 certified copies of your docs. this way i future you have more than you many need if somebody asked for them with out having to go back to your country and get them in person


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