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My fiance asked me how safe to give his ssn number during my interview?...hes worried of identity thieft ...(manila philippines)

y wud you give his SS at interview? its not required at all

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It's not an issue.

The Embassy already will have your fiancé's Social Security number by the time you interview. It's on his I-129F and it's on his G-325a.

Also, at your interview, you'll submit his income tax return and his W-2, both of which contain his SSN.

Even if the Embassy didn't have his SSN, they could get it in a nano-second if they wanted it.

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