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How to get a letter from a SSA office stating that a person doesn't have a SSN yet?

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Hi,

I've been investigating how to proceed when my fiancee arrives on a K1 visa.  We'd like to get married quickly after arrival, but after talking to a nearby auditors office, was told that we would need a letter from the Social Security Office stating that she does not have a SSN on file (to get married without a SSN).   I can't seem to find any prior threads discussing this around here, nor any official forms form the SSA to get such a letter.  Does anyone have any experience getting one?  Could we just waltz in and ask for such a thing?

 

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Well, I think I've found the Idaho law that states as such, so it appears that the Recorder isn't mistaken:

https://legislature.idaho.gov/statutesrules/idstat/title32/t32ch4/sect32-403/

 

Which says:

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2)  Every application for a marriage license shall include the social security numbers of the parties applying for the license.

(a)  The requirement that an applicant provide a social security number shall apply only to applicants who have been assigned a social security number.

(b)  An applicant who has not been assigned a social security number shall:

(i)   Present written verification from the social security administration that the applicant has not been assigned a social security number; and

(ii)  Submit a birth certificate, passport or other documentary evidence issued by an entity other than a state or the United States; and

(iii) Submit such proof as the department may require that the applicant is lawfully present in the United States.

 

 

Now you'd think there'd be a SS-1234 form or whatever, that you could fill out and bring to the SSA to request such a letter, but no.. After spending the entire evening trying to answer this question, I got nothin'.

 

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