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Hello to everyone here

I already mailed my AOS application last Saturday (Oct.7, 2006) but my husband and I decided to mail my son's AOS and EAD application next month due to financial reason. But what if we drop his EAD application then just only pursue his AOS, do you think is it possible to apply for his SSN after we received his green card? or they won't process his AOS without his EAD or SSN? the only reason why we need to apply for my son's EAD is to get his SSN as one of the requirements for K2 visa holder.

Thank you.


AOS

10-07-2006- AOS sent to Chicago

10/13/2006- USCIS received AOS

10/20/2006- Received NOA in the mail

10/23/2006- Received Biometrics Appoinment in the mail

10/31/2006- Biometrics Appoinment in Portland, Oregon

11/13/2006- Received Appoinment Letter for Initial Interview

01/03/2007- Initial Interview at Seattle

01/04/2007- Received an email from Cris regarding approval

01/12/2007- Another email from regarding ordering of Green card.

01/12/2007- Recieved Welcome Notice

01/13/2007- Green card arrived...yahoo!

My Son's AOS

11/14/2006- AOS sent to Chicago

11/24/2006- Rejection Notice and AOS package received from Chicago

12/19/2006- AOS re-sent to Chicago

01/03/2007- Received NOA in the mail

01/13/2007- Biometrics appoinment letter

01/16/2007- Biometrics at Portland, Oregon

01/23/2007- Received Appoinment Letter for Initial Interview

01/24/2007- Biometrics done

03/08/2007- Initial Interview at Seattle

03/15/2007- Received Welcome notice

03/18/2007- Green card arrived..yipee!

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mrs.kpride,

Yes, a LPR can apply for a SS card if they don't have one already.

An EAD application depends on having an AOS application pending, not the other way around.

Yodrak

Hello to everyone here

I already mailed my AOS application last Saturday (Oct.7, 2006) but my husband and I decided to mail my son's AOS and EAD application next month due to financial reason. But what if we drop his EAD application then just only pursue his AOS, do you think is it possible to apply for his SSN after we received his green card? or they won't process his AOS without his EAD or SSN? the only reason why we need to apply for my son's EAD is to get his SSN as one of the requirements for K2 visa holder.

Thank you.

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Thanks Yodrak for the info.

I will only apply for my son's AOS and no longer his EAD.

God bless.

mrs.kpride,

Yes, a LPR can apply for a SS card if they don't have one already.

An EAD application depends on having an AOS application pending, not the other way around.

Yodrak

Hello to everyone here

I already mailed my AOS application last Saturday (Oct.7, 2006) but my husband and I decided to mail my son's AOS and EAD application next month due to financial reason. But what if we drop his EAD application then just only pursue his AOS, do you think is it possible to apply for his SSN after we received his green card? or they won't process his AOS without his EAD or SSN? the only reason why we need to apply for my son's EAD is to get his SSN as one of the requirements for K2 visa holder.

Thank you.


AOS

10-07-2006- AOS sent to Chicago

10/13/2006- USCIS received AOS

10/20/2006- Received NOA in the mail

10/23/2006- Received Biometrics Appoinment in the mail

10/31/2006- Biometrics Appoinment in Portland, Oregon

11/13/2006- Received Appoinment Letter for Initial Interview

01/03/2007- Initial Interview at Seattle

01/04/2007- Received an email from Cris regarding approval

01/12/2007- Another email from regarding ordering of Green card.

01/12/2007- Recieved Welcome Notice

01/13/2007- Green card arrived...yahoo!

My Son's AOS

11/14/2006- AOS sent to Chicago

11/24/2006- Rejection Notice and AOS package received from Chicago

12/19/2006- AOS re-sent to Chicago

01/03/2007- Received NOA in the mail

01/13/2007- Biometrics appoinment letter

01/16/2007- Biometrics at Portland, Oregon

01/23/2007- Received Appoinment Letter for Initial Interview

01/24/2007- Biometrics done

03/08/2007- Initial Interview at Seattle

03/15/2007- Received Welcome notice

03/18/2007- Green card arrived..yipee!

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mrs.kpride,

If he's too young to work then I think you've made the right decision. (Because that's what I did, too!)

Yodrak

Thanks Yodrak for the info.

I will only apply for my son's AOS and no longer his EAD.

God bless.

mrs.kpride,

Yes, a LPR can apply for a SS card if they don't have one already.

An EAD application depends on having an AOS application pending, not the other way around.

Yodrak

Hello to everyone here

I already mailed my AOS application last Saturday (Oct.7, 2006) but my husband and I decided to mail my son's AOS and EAD application next month due to financial reason. But what if we drop his EAD application then just only pursue his AOS, do you think is it possible to apply for his SSN after we received his green card? or they won't process his AOS without his EAD or SSN? the only reason why we need to apply for my son's EAD is to get his SSN as one of the requirements for K2 visa holder.

Thank you.

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yup Yodrak! my son is only 4 years and SSA's requirement is his EAD in able for us to apply for his SSN..that's kinda absurd eventhough its their requirement but getting the greencard rather than the EAD is a better choice.


AOS

10-07-2006- AOS sent to Chicago

10/13/2006- USCIS received AOS

10/20/2006- Received NOA in the mail

10/23/2006- Received Biometrics Appoinment in the mail

10/31/2006- Biometrics Appoinment in Portland, Oregon

11/13/2006- Received Appoinment Letter for Initial Interview

01/03/2007- Initial Interview at Seattle

01/04/2007- Received an email from Cris regarding approval

01/12/2007- Another email from regarding ordering of Green card.

01/12/2007- Recieved Welcome Notice

01/13/2007- Green card arrived...yahoo!

My Son's AOS

11/14/2006- AOS sent to Chicago

11/24/2006- Rejection Notice and AOS package received from Chicago

12/19/2006- AOS re-sent to Chicago

01/03/2007- Received NOA in the mail

01/13/2007- Biometrics appoinment letter

01/16/2007- Biometrics at Portland, Oregon

01/23/2007- Received Appoinment Letter for Initial Interview

01/24/2007- Biometrics done

03/08/2007- Initial Interview at Seattle

03/15/2007- Received Welcome notice

03/18/2007- Green card arrived..yipee!

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Definitely a good idea, I think. If for some reason GCs have not been received by tax time, you can always request an ITIN in place of the SSN.


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