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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Bulgaria
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Do I need to apply for new or replace SS Card if I have old one with the annotation "Valid for work with DHS authorization only", from period when I was in US for Work&Travel Exchange program (J-1 Visa) in 2005? :unsure:


K-1
02/14/2012 - Mailed I-129F
10/22/2012 - Interview - Visa Approved
10/25/2012 - Visa Received
11/03/2012 - US Entry (Washington DC - Dulles International Airport)
11/07/2012 - Married


AOS - (Approved - 9 2/3 months or 291 days)
11/09/2012 - Sent AOS documents: I-485, I-765 and I-131 - USCIS Chicago, IL
11/27/2012 - Biometrics completed
01/14/2013 - I-765 and I-131 approved

08/31/2013 - Received Welcome Notice for Permanent resident status in the United States - August 27, 2013
ROC
06/01/2015 - Sent I-751 - USCIS California Service Center
06/05/2015 - Check cashed
06/13/2015 - ASC Appointment Notice (received on 06/18/20015)
06/29/2015 - 12:00 pm - Biometrics appointment - Done
06/30/2015 - NOA received - NOA date 06/03/2015
12/23/2015 - New GC ordered
01/02/2016 - New GC delivered

N-400
05/31/2016 - Sent N-400 to Dallas, TX Lockbox; Field Office - San Antonio, TX

06/03/2016 - NOA

06/03/2016 - Credit card payment accepted

06/10/2016 - online account NOA in the mail and account created

06/11/2016 - NOA (application received & in process)in mail

07/12/2016 - Biometrics appointment

04/17/2017 - Interview - San Francisco, CA

05/04/2017 - Oath Ceremony - Oakland, CA -> a US Citizen

 

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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Aww I am waiting for answer also!!

I got the same situation as you I got ssc from work and travel 2008 and last year for internship, I still used the same one.

for this case I have no idea exactly which one is the best choice.

in the DS-230, I decided to select receive a new one in mail.

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CR-1 Visa

2012-07-07 : Sent I-130 to Phoenix AZ Lockbox

2012-07-10 : NOA1 case transferred to USCIS California Service Center

2012-08-30 : NOA2 Approved in 51 days

National Visa Center

2012-09-11 : NVC Received

2012-09-20 : Vaccines Injection (1st Dose of Influvac, Tdap-IPV, MMR, Havrix) at Saovabha

2012-09-20 : Received and Replied DS-3032 via e-mail / Received and Pay I-864 Fee online

2012-09-21 : Applied For Police Clearance Certificate

2012-09-25 : AOS Fee Status Shows PAID / Return AOS packet by USPS

2012-09-28 : AOS packet delivered at NVC

2012-09-28 : Receive IV Bill from e-mail / Pay IV Fee online

2012-10-05 : IV Fee Status Shows PAID / Recieved PCC / Return IV packet by DHL(Thailand)

2012-10-22 : Case Completed at NVC in 41 days

2012-10-24 : Medical Exam and Vaccines Injection (2nd dose of Td and MMR) at Bumrungrad Int'l Hospital

2012-11-02 : Interview date assigned / received P4 via e-mail

2012-11-21 : Received P4 hard copy

2012-11-29 : Applied J-1Visa Waiver

2012-12-12 : Interview at USEMBangkok

2012-03-14 : Sent J-1 waiver and passport

2013-03-21 : Visa Received

2013-03-25 : US Entry ALT

My Previous US Visas

Mar-Jun 2008: J-1(Work&Travel Exchange Student).

Jul-Nov 2008: F-1(UWF Student).

Jun-Jul 2009: B1/B2(Visitor).

May 2011-2012: J-1(Internship) {2HRR}

Nov 28, 2012-Mar 4, 2013: J-1 Visa Waiver

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Bulgaria
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I saw question 43a in DS-230 Part II, but for K-1visa's interview we need only DS-230 Part I, so I didn't use Part II. But for all other forms I use my SSN from my 2005 SSC.


K-1
02/14/2012 - Mailed I-129F
10/22/2012 - Interview - Visa Approved
10/25/2012 - Visa Received
11/03/2012 - US Entry (Washington DC - Dulles International Airport)
11/07/2012 - Married


AOS - (Approved - 9 2/3 months or 291 days)
11/09/2012 - Sent AOS documents: I-485, I-765 and I-131 - USCIS Chicago, IL
11/27/2012 - Biometrics completed
01/14/2013 - I-765 and I-131 approved

08/31/2013 - Received Welcome Notice for Permanent resident status in the United States - August 27, 2013
ROC
06/01/2015 - Sent I-751 - USCIS California Service Center
06/05/2015 - Check cashed
06/13/2015 - ASC Appointment Notice (received on 06/18/20015)
06/29/2015 - 12:00 pm - Biometrics appointment - Done
06/30/2015 - NOA received - NOA date 06/03/2015
12/23/2015 - New GC ordered
01/02/2016 - New GC delivered

N-400
05/31/2016 - Sent N-400 to Dallas, TX Lockbox; Field Office - San Antonio, TX

06/03/2016 - NOA

06/03/2016 - Credit card payment accepted

06/10/2016 - online account NOA in the mail and account created

06/11/2016 - NOA (application received & in process)in mail

07/12/2016 - Biometrics appointment

04/17/2017 - Interview - San Francisco, CA

05/04/2017 - Oath Ceremony - Oakland, CA -> a US Citizen

 

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Serbia
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Do I need to apply for new or replace SS Card if I have old one with the annotation "Valid for work with DHS authorization only", from period when I was in US for Work&Travel Exchange program (J-1 Visa) in 2005? :unsure:

There is no real need for replacing it, it's the number that really matters, not the card itself. Rarely does anyone ask you for a SS card, they ask for your number. And, if they do ask you can provide them with the document (i.e. GC) that shows your card is valid. The number you are given is for life, the card itself is irrelevant.

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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We opted to get a new card for two reasons, married name change and once you have a green card the stamp is not needed.


In Arizona its hot hot hot.

http://www.uscis.gov/dateCalculator.html

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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So in my case I need the new one because of my marriage, I have changed miss to mrs, surname and added middle name.

Thank you guys for every info.


CR-1 Visa

2012-07-07 : Sent I-130 to Phoenix AZ Lockbox

2012-07-10 : NOA1 case transferred to USCIS California Service Center

2012-08-30 : NOA2 Approved in 51 days

National Visa Center

2012-09-11 : NVC Received

2012-09-20 : Vaccines Injection (1st Dose of Influvac, Tdap-IPV, MMR, Havrix) at Saovabha

2012-09-20 : Received and Replied DS-3032 via e-mail / Received and Pay I-864 Fee online

2012-09-21 : Applied For Police Clearance Certificate

2012-09-25 : AOS Fee Status Shows PAID / Return AOS packet by USPS

2012-09-28 : AOS packet delivered at NVC

2012-09-28 : Receive IV Bill from e-mail / Pay IV Fee online

2012-10-05 : IV Fee Status Shows PAID / Recieved PCC / Return IV packet by DHL(Thailand)

2012-10-22 : Case Completed at NVC in 41 days

2012-10-24 : Medical Exam and Vaccines Injection (2nd dose of Td and MMR) at Bumrungrad Int'l Hospital

2012-11-02 : Interview date assigned / received P4 via e-mail

2012-11-21 : Received P4 hard copy

2012-11-29 : Applied J-1Visa Waiver

2012-12-12 : Interview at USEMBangkok

2012-03-14 : Sent J-1 waiver and passport

2013-03-21 : Visa Received

2013-03-25 : US Entry ALT

My Previous US Visas

Mar-Jun 2008: J-1(Work&Travel Exchange Student).

Jul-Nov 2008: F-1(UWF Student).

Jun-Jul 2009: B1/B2(Visitor).

May 2011-2012: J-1(Internship) {2HRR}

Nov 28, 2012-Mar 4, 2013: J-1 Visa Waiver

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