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My wife and I met when she was here on a work/travel program so she has a social security number from last year that says "Only Valid with DHS Paperwork". She has since returned home as she is finishing school.

Should I put her social security number from her work/travel visit on line 8 of the I-129 F I am filling out?


TIM - North Conway, NH

ANA - Chisinau, Moldova

2005

JULY: Met Ana when my Russian tenants had a BBQ at my house

OCTOBER: Ana's visa about to expire time to go home to Moldova

JANUARY 2006: Flew to Moldova to ask her parents permission to marry her

Engaged January 12, 2006

Left Moldova January 28th

2006

MARCH 3: I-129F sent to Vermont Service Center

MARCH 10: NOA1 Received

APRIL 26: NOA 2 Received Approval

APRIL 28: NVC forwarded to Embassy in Romania

MAY 5: Received by US Embassy in Romania

MAY 12: Packet 3 Received

MAY 17: Packet 3 sent to US Embassy in Romania

MAY 17: Fiance notified of impending RFE due to IMBRA LAW

JUNE 30: Case Reopened at VSC

JULY 6: Received IMBRA RFE

JULY 10: Mailed RFE back to VSC

JULY 17: VSC has acknowledged receipt of IMBRA RFE

AUGUST 8: VSC Approval of NOA2!!!!! Great Day

SEPTEMBER 19: Interview in US EMBASSY Bucharest - VISA GRANTED

OCTOBER 16: Fly to Moldova

2007

JANUARY 11: Fly home to America with Ana to get married!

JANUARY 16: Married in North Conway, NH

JANUARY 19: Filed for AOS and EAD

JULY 13: Received Green Card and Employment Authorization Card

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My wife and I met when she was here on a work/travel program so she has a social security number from last year that says "Only Valid with DHS Paperwork". She has since returned home as she is finishing school.

Should I put her social security number from her work/travel visit on line 8 of the I-129 F I am filling out?

How is your wife going to come on a fiancee's visa if she is already married?

And yes, write the SSN on the I-129F. That is the only she will receive for the rest of her life.

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My wife and I met when she was here on a work/travel program so she has a social security number from last year that says "Only Valid with DHS Paperwork". She has since returned home as she is finishing school.

Should I put her social security number from her work/travel visit on line 8 of the I-129 F I am filling out?

That's her SSN, so of course enter it on any form that requests her SSN. Once, she gets here that's one less thing she needs to do if she still has the SSN card.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Moldova
Timeline

Sorry I made a mistake in my original wording. She is still my fiance, but if all goes as planned we will be married this year. Still the point you made stands, that her social security number from her previous trip should be put on my I-129F even though it is a work/travel social security number?


TIM - North Conway, NH

ANA - Chisinau, Moldova

2005

JULY: Met Ana when my Russian tenants had a BBQ at my house

OCTOBER: Ana's visa about to expire time to go home to Moldova

JANUARY 2006: Flew to Moldova to ask her parents permission to marry her

Engaged January 12, 2006

Left Moldova January 28th

2006

MARCH 3: I-129F sent to Vermont Service Center

MARCH 10: NOA1 Received

APRIL 26: NOA 2 Received Approval

APRIL 28: NVC forwarded to Embassy in Romania

MAY 5: Received by US Embassy in Romania

MAY 12: Packet 3 Received

MAY 17: Packet 3 sent to US Embassy in Romania

MAY 17: Fiance notified of impending RFE due to IMBRA LAW

JUNE 30: Case Reopened at VSC

JULY 6: Received IMBRA RFE

JULY 10: Mailed RFE back to VSC

JULY 17: VSC has acknowledged receipt of IMBRA RFE

AUGUST 8: VSC Approval of NOA2!!!!! Great Day

SEPTEMBER 19: Interview in US EMBASSY Bucharest - VISA GRANTED

OCTOBER 16: Fly to Moldova

2007

JANUARY 11: Fly home to America with Ana to get married!

JANUARY 16: Married in North Conway, NH

JANUARY 19: Filed for AOS and EAD

JULY 13: Received Green Card and Employment Authorization Card

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