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My fiance is going tomorrow to apply for his ssn. I am so confused about the RM 10211.530 document he needs. I cannot find this anywhere and when I click on the link VisaJourney.com gives me it tells me that its for others applying besides a K1 visa applicant. What am I missing here? Does anyone have the link I need to go to for this?

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24 minutes ago, MarkandCharity said:

My fiance is going tomorrow to apply for his ssn. I am so confused about the RM 10211.530 document he needs. I cannot find this anywhere and when I click on the link VisaJourney.com gives me it tells me that its for others applying besides a K1 visa applicant. What am I missing here? Does anyone have the link I need to go to for this?

The document that you are trying to print is simply the SSA policy manual that lists all Visa categories and whether or not they have permission to work. As a K1 you cannot work without an approved EAD but SSA still must issue a SSN because as a K1 you are allowed to apply for a temporary EAD within your first 90days. 

Most SSA agents will have this document you are trying to print sitting on their desk so they can refer to it to determine whether your Visa Category has permission to work BUT you can print it and bring it along as backup. 

Just print the entire webpage. I found it by simply inputting the "RM yadda yadda" into my Google search bar. You can find the K1 entry a few pages in if you want to dog ear the page for easy reference.

 

https://secure.ssa.gov/poms.nsf/lnx/0110211530

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1 hour ago, MarkandCharity said:

My fiance is going tomorrow to apply for his ssn. I am so confused about the RM 10211.530 document he needs. I cannot find this anywhere and when I click on the link VisaJourney.com gives me it tells me that its for others applying besides a K1 visa applicant. What am I missing here? Does anyone have the link I need to go to for this?

He just needs to take his passport with K1 visa and I-94 stamp in it. I also took my birth certificate and a print from the most recent I-94 online, just because some SSO's ask for it (mine didn't) Once he's in the office he has to fill out the SS-5 form (they have a stack of those in every SSN office) and wait for his turn. That's it.

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7 hours ago, PaulMac said:

Passport with K-1
I-94

SS-5

SSHandout

Yep! Mine took about 3 weeks to get back to me - the officer I spoke to was well aware I was allowed a SSN as she watched 90 finance and was interested in asking my experience of the process. Good Luck!


I-129f NOA1: 2018-01-26

I-129f NOA2: 2018-08-06

NVC received: 2018-09-04

Interview: 2018-11-14

Visa in hand: 2018-11-22

Entry into US: 2018-12-13

SSN application: 2019-01-08

Marriage: 2019-01-18 (the best bit!)

SSN in hand: 2019-01-28

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53 minutes ago, adamj7 said:

Yep! Mine took about 3 weeks to get back to me - the officer I spoke to was well aware I was allowed a SSN as she watched 90 finance and was interested in asking my experience of the process. Good Luck!

Took us dead on 4 weeks (christmas, New Year)

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