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SSN after filing AOS

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We still haven’t obtained a SSN for my husband and it asked on one of the forms if he had one already (which we put no). Is it okay to apply for a SSN if we already sent the AOS? Or did we have to do that before filing and now have to wait until they issue one? 

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4 minutes ago, Vee_bay_bee said:

We still haven’t obtained a SSN for my husband and it asked on one of the forms if he had one already (which we put no). Is it okay to apply for a SSN if we already sent the AOS? Or did we have to do that before filing and now have to wait until they issue one? 

Is your husband a K1 visa holder and is his I94 still valid?

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Just now, Vee_bay_bee said:

Yes for both. 

Then you can still apply. I would do it as soon as possible. Usually the SSA cut off is about 14 days before the I94 expiry which expires on day 90.

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