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Dilema with passport and Social security!

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Hello gang, Need a little guidance. 

My now Husband came on a fiancee visa. We married as soon as he got here.  I was wanting to add him to my medical insurance but we needed a social security number.

We went to SSI office applied... and MY hubby doesn't show up in the i-94. We tried as well online and he wasnt given one at the airport.

SSI told us that his passport is invalid.. immagration cross out his kvisa PIC on his passport which makes it invalid......

Once arrival to USA, does the Officer cross off your pic on ur passport?? 

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~~Moved to SSN, from K1 P&P- The OP is asking about getting a SSN for her husband.~~


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On 12/2/2018 at 12:32 AM, 321voodoo said:

We went to SSI office applied... and MY hubby doesn't show up in the i-94. We tried as well online and he wasnt given one at the airport.

You don't get an I-94 at the airport anymore.  It's all done online now.  Check https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/I94/#/recent-search.  If he doesn't show up there you might need to go to CBP and request your records to be corrected. 

 

On 12/2/2018 at 12:32 AM, 321voodoo said:

SSI told us that his passport is invalid.. immagration cross out his kvisa PIC on his passport which makes it invalid......

Once arrival to USA, does the Officer cross off your pic on ur passport?? 

My officer didn't cross out my picture, but he scribbled across my K1 visa to indicate that I had used it and that it has become invalid.  The thing is, the K1 visa becomes invalid once you enter the country whether or not the officer crosses anything out.  K1 is for one-time-use only.  However, the passport remains valid.  So does your right to get a SSN.  I think you problem with the SSA might have been that you didn't bring the I-94.  

 

On 12/2/2018 at 12:32 AM, 321voodoo said:

I was wanting to add him to my medical insurance but we needed a social security number.

It might be worth talking to your insurance if they really need the SSN.  My wife was able to add me before I got mine (Blue Cross Blue Shield).  

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