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i went to ss office in down town phoenix and i showed them , my marriage certificate but still they didnt allow me to have a ssnumber/ card with my married name on it?? what should i do to have it change,, they say immigration wont allow it ...... but my friend in california she got her card with married name on it??... any solution plz help :)

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that is correct. If you are out of status and your I-94 is expired then you must wait. You should have gone to get a ssn as soon as possible when after you arrived.Just do after you AOS and receive green card

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You are a K-1'er, so you are legally entitled to have a Social Security number.

You entered the U.S. on September 4, 2012, so your I-94 has not expired, and you are not in the final two weeks of your I-94's validity, so you are legally entitled to have a SSN at this time.

It's not clear to me whether you already have a SSN and you simply want to change the name on your card to your married name. If you simply want to change the name on your current SS card, then you are legally entitled to do so because you are not in the final two weeks of your I-94's validity. On the other hand, if you are filing for your first SS card, then you should be able to do that.

My wife, Chinook, was a K-1'er also. She applied for a SSN in her maiden name about one week after she arrived in the U.S. She received her SS card in the mail about one week later. After we were married, we went back to the Social Security office and Chinook filed for a name change to her married name. Chinook filed for a name change about five weeks before her I-94 expired. About one week later, she received her new card in the mail.

You need to go back to the SS office and talk to a supervisor. Or, you can try a different SS office.


Tahoma and Chinook's K1 story --->> http://www.visajourney.com/forums/user/57425-tahoma/

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