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SSN pending and need to mail AOS asap

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So the time limit for me to mail off my AOS and EAD etc is coming up, and I applied for my SSN a week ago at the SS offices, and there was a problem with my middle name, and it was sent off to Immigration to be corrected and then approved/denied (?? ) 

On my EAD, should I put that I have applied for a SSN, or ask for them to mail me one? I don't have a SSN to fill in, but do need to mail off my AOS before my I94 expires.

Any advice? Do I wait it out past my expiry date until I get my ssn, or just ask for a new one sent with my EAD?

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