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is it possible for canadian citizen to apply for SSS# and CA ID?

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not sure if i post this t the right category. (if not please moderator feel free to move it :thumbs: thanks)

recently they change the manager at my apartment and this person, she kind of pain in the @55 lol

anyhow i never had any problem about my mom staying with me for vacation for atleast (about) 6 months. she's from canada. now my landlord wants to add her to my lease agreement. but to add her she needs to have SSS# to do a criminal background check.

my question is....is it possible for her to apply for SSS#?

thanks!!!


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Fight for Love,

Your mother would have do as you have done and become a resident before she is given a SSN, you or your husband would have to apply for her to become a resident.

not sure if i post this t the right category. (if not please moderator feel free to move it :thumbs: thanks)

recently they change the manager at my apartment and this person, she kind of pain in the @55 lol

anyhow i never had any problem about my mom staying with me for vacation for atleast (about) 6 months. she's from canada. now my landlord wants to add her to my lease agreement. but to add her she needs to have SSS# to do a criminal background check.

my question is....is it possible for her to apply for SSS#?

thanks!!!

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not sure if i post this t the right category. (if not please moderator feel free to move it :thumbs: thanks)

recently they change the manager at my apartment and this person, she kind of pain in the @55 lol

anyhow i never had any problem about my mom staying with me for vacation for atleast (about) 6 months. she's from canada. now my landlord wants to add her to my lease agreement. but to add her she needs to have SSS# to do a criminal background check.

my question is....is it possible for her to apply for SSS#?

thanks!!!

Answer is no, it is not possible.

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The manager is looking at it from a risk point of view. They sound like a professional, but could be new. However, if you explain that she cannot get a SSN since she is not a resident and she is legally in the US for visiting 6 months out of the year, the manager should be able to make considerations for her. Especially if she has her own place in Canada she goes back to. She sounds like a snow bird (leaves Canada for winter and comes back for summer). I'm sure your manager will be able to make a concession. But if not, then ask how visitors get a lease agreement if they want to rent a place for 6 months? There has to be a way.


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