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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Hi everybody!

I have a question about SSS. I been reading the forums; but all I've seen is a little confusing; so I decided to explain my specific case.

With your help on this forum (as oconmx, but couldn't recover my passwd!) I applied for a green card based on Marriage, I arrived to the US with an immigrant visa (DCF - Mexico, DF) on September 6th, I spent 3 weeks here, as I came to meet my new born daughter, I turned 26 on Sept 22, returned to Mexico in Sept 26th, and then; I moved here on October 31st.

I didn't know that I had to apply for the SSS until it was too late and now that I am eligible for naturalization in September; I am afraid that my petition could be denied because I didn't applied as I am required by law. I tried to register on sss's website, but it didn't let me proceed as I was over 26.

What can I do? I am about to send my REQUEST FOR STATUS INFORMATION LETTER, but I wonder if I need to add a detailed description of my problem or what am I supposed to get from them, can anyone advise?

Thanks,

Carlos

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Correct.

So what are my odds here? I would like to apply for citizenship this year, should I get the Status information letter and try to explain the situation on my interview or should I just wait before my 10 year green card expires and apply then?

Thanks for your help,

Carlos

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: India
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So what are my odds here? I would like to apply for citizenship this year, should I get the Status information letter and try to explain the situation on my interview or should I just wait before my 10 year green card expires and apply then?

Thanks for your help,

Carlos

I would say apply. What do you got to loose. Worst case if they decline the application you can always appeal to higher court for review.

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