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When applying for ssn do they give you your social security NUMBER right away OR ONLY way to know your ACTUAL DIGIT is when they mail the card?

Usually how long to get the actual card? CA state

can my fiance apply alone due to my work sched?

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They give you a letter saying you have applied and will get the card in a few days. It takes a week or two. Your fiance can file alone.


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They give you a letter saying you have applied and will get the card in a few days. It takes a week or two. Your fiance can file alone.

can my fiance apply for few days since he arrived of is true he needed to wait for 2weeks to be in the their system?

and also is true I-94 get voided if we marry without applying for ssn first?

thanks


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can my fiance apply for few days since he arrived of is true he needed to wait for 2weeks to be in the their system?

and also is true I-94 get voided if we marry without applying for ssn first?

thanks

It would be pushing it to do it before 2 weeks but you could try. The I-94 only expires on the date it says, marriage does not play into it.


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can my fiance apply for few days since he arrived of is true he needed to wait for 2weeks to be in the their system?

and also is true I-94 get voided if we marry without applying for ssn first?

thanks

No, nothing voids the i94 unless you do something that'll put an end to your lawful stay. Anyways, sometimes, if getting married before applying for ssn, the SSA are stubbon about even giving you ssn and telling you that you aren't eligible. And less than 14 days until the i94 expires, SSA will not assign you ssn. This might be what you were thinking of?

2 weeks.. For some people it takes less time to have their info entered into the database, for some it takes longer. The thing is, if you go before all the info is there and you let SSA manually wait/pull your info, it can take a bunch load of time to get ssn. If you go too early and they can't see the name in their system, politely yoink your application back and come back in some days and apply over again.


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No, nothing voids the i94 unless you do something that'll put an end to your lawful stay. Anyways, sometimes, if getting married before applying for ssn, the SSA are stubbon about even giving you ssn and telling you that you aren't eligible. And less than 14 days until the i94 expires, SSA will not assign you ssn. This might be what you were thinking of?

2 weeks.. For some people it takes less time to have their info entered into the database, for some it takes longer. The thing is, if you go before all the info is there and you let SSA manually wait/pull your info, it can take a bunch load of time to get ssn. If you go too early and they can't see the name in their system, politely yoink your application back and come back in some days and apply over again.

i thought at the time they assign an ssn but i guess for us to know the right ssn is to get the actual card...my fiance has a lot of time in his hand to go back and forth to inquire lol to make him busy and avoid getting bored lol

yes i was worried if we marry they will void the I-94...i kind of read that somewhere here in vj forum..we don't want that problem lol

thanks dear :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

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