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Have a nice day everyone. I'm the beneficiary, my fiance used rapid visa to help him. Then last Friday they already mailed the packet. My fiance realized that he was not able to change the social security number. He purposely  write a fake number due to security reasons.

Since it's weekend we cannot get any answers/response from rapid visa right now.  What does he need to do? Does anyone encounter this kind of problem? 

I would really appreciate any answers. Have a great weekend everyone. 

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**Moved from Off Topic to  K-1 Fiance(e) Visa Process & Procedures; OP is in the process of applying for a fiance visa**

 

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He wrote a fake social security number...? Why would he need to change his social security number?


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He signed the petition under the penalty of perjury.  One reviews everything before signing.

 

Maybe there will be a RFE. . .

 

He could write in after getting the NOA referencing the receipt number.


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1 hour ago, millefleur said:

**Moved from Off Topic to  K-1 Fiance(e) Visa Process & Procedures; OP is in the process of applying for a fiance visa**

 

:ot2:

 

He wrote a fake social security number...? Why would he need to change his social security number?

It happened when his putting infos in the form. He just write the number 1234567 something.Unfortunately he forget to write his correct social security number and it was sent already. Then he just realized the day after it was sent. 

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1 hour ago, Paul & Mary said:

He signed the petition under the penalty of perjury.  One reviews everything before signing.

 

Maybe there will be a RFE. . .

 

He could write in after getting the NOA referencing the receipt number.

Thank for your ideas. Hopefully things will just be okay. 

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as soon as he gets the NOA1, have him contact USCIS right away to find out how to correct it. they may tell him to write a letter explaining the error and what the correction should be.


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53 minutes ago, Prizm123 said:

as soon as he gets the NOA1, have him contact USCIS right away to find out how to correct it. they may tell him to write a letter explaining the error and what the correction should be.

Thank you. My fiance contacted the courier earlier today, and they will return it on Monday. So they can correct it and just send then after. Thank you very much for your ideas. Have a great weekend. 

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