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Crashdoom

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About Crashdoom

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  • Birthday April 20
  • Member # 312627
  • Location Austin, TX, USA

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  • Gender
    Male
  • City
    Austin
  • State
    Texas

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    Adjustment of Status (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    Chicago Lockbox
  • Local Office
    San Antonio TX
  • Country
    United Kingdom

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  1. Yeah, I've been able to speak to BCBS and they've accepted the refusal letter from the SSA.
  2. Fantastic! That helps a lot. I got told on the phone when contacting them that they needed it or I may lose coverage. I'll go back to them with this and see what they say.
  3. Another road bump. I've just got a letter from my health insurance company saying they need an SSN / ITIN as part of the changes to the ACA or they may have to cancel my insurance. SSA has now rejected my request for an SSN because my I-94 expires in less than 14 days, even though we provided it earlier, and because the A Number on my I-797C doesn't match the one in my passport. The IRS says I can't apply for an ITIN because I'm eligible for an SSN, but the SSA says I'm not eligible for an SSN. Am I just stuck in a bureaucratic catch-22?
  4. As a follow up, we got a response today to our request to expedite based on a USCIS error, and were told we should get a decision or further notice of other action within 120 days! Given both my bank and health insurance provider are now telling me I need to provide them with an SSN / ITIN soon, I'm glad there's a much shorter time boundary on it. I can't afford to lose these...
  5. Just got a notification last night that my credit card was charged by the Chicago Lockbox! Waiting on the receipt numbers and hard-copy NOA1 now :)!
  6. As an update, here's the excerpt from the USCIS website: ALERT: Judges before U.S. District Courts for the Southern District of New York (PDF (PDF)), Northern District of California (PDF (PDF)), Eastern District of Washington (PDF (PDF)), Northern District of Illinois (PDF (PDF)), and District of Maryland (PDF) (PDF) have ordered that DHS cannot implement and enforce the final rule on the public charge ground of inadmissibility under section 212(a)(4) of the Immigration and Nationality Act. The court orders also postpone the effective date of the final rule until there is final resolution in the cases. Most of the injunctions are nationwide, and prevent USCIS from implementing the rule anywhere in the United States. Until final decisions in these cases are issued or the injunctions are lifted, USCIS will only accept the version of this form that is available on this landing page. We will reject any other version of this form and will notify you to submit your benefit request on the correct form. If we reject your benefit request, you will not keep your filing date.
  7. Another update: Got confirmation from USCIS in San Antonio to confirm my status and that the issues won't cause me any imminent problems while they're processing the AOS. They've said to wait for the receipt letter and request an expedite to avoid any further complications. Yeah, we already sent it off via USPS and it arrived the Saturday just past, expect to hear back in a week or two though!
  8. Further update: I've been unable to get a drivers license or SSN due to both the DMV and SSA being able to verify my lawful presence on SAVE. USCIS scheduled an urgent InfoPass appointment today, so hopefully they can get to the bottom of some of this...
  9. It was missing the 3rd from last digit entirely, and yeah, they didn't charge me any fees for the rejected petition.
  10. Yeah, the A Number in the annotation section is 8 digits, but the A Number on the I-797 is 9 digits.
  11. USCIS have now confirmed the A Number on the I-797 is correct and there's been a typographical error on my visa, and that the incorrect A Number was the reason for the delay and rejection. I'm going to re-file tomorrow
  12. No, the A number there is different! Never thought to check the I-797 again, I'm going to see if I can re-file under that quickly. You're a life-saver!
  13. As an update, I've called USCIS and been told that my filing was rejected as my A number is incorrect, and that the one printed in my visa is typographically incorrect. I've been told I need to go to a USCIS field office to get it corrected.
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