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My Fiance is finally here with his K-1 Visa. We obatained our marriage license yesterday. We are getting married in two weeks.

I will like to know if he can apply for his social security number before the marriage? Can he also get a driver's license? Can he use the k-1 visa to apply for work person.

Responses will greatly be appreciated.

Thanks!!!!!!!!

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He can and should get his SSN now, before the marriage. Some people have issues getting an SSN after the marriage, even with a valid I-94.

He may be able to get a drivers license, depending on your state's laws. It may expire the date of the I-94 though. Most states will make him wait until he gets the EAD or green card. He may be able to legally drive with his foreign license for a certain period, again depending on your state's laws.

He cannot work on the K-1. He will need to wait until he receives the EAD or green card to start work. He can apply for jobs though.

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