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  1. Thank you @Wuozopo I'm trying to apply for my sons Social Security. Does anyone know if I can still get the Stimulus check next year? Also, does anyone know if I can mail my son's SSN application to the United States so it can get processed. They don't do SSN anymore in Korea. In the website, they said apply in Manila, but I heard it can take up to 6 months before they can finish it.
  2. Does anybody know how to contact the IRS? I tried calling their phone #, but no luck. I'm not sure when they'll be back to take phone calls.
  3. Yes, they don't do it anymore and they said to send it to Manila, but I've been reading that people are having issues when sending it to manila. I'm not sure if I can just send it to the US and have my son's card sent to my mom's address.
  4. My son was born in South Korea and I got him his CRBA and Passport last year and want to get a SSN for him. If I'm right, I just need to: 1) fill out Form SS-5-FS. or Form SS-5 if sending to USA 2) Copy of birth abroad 3) copy of US passport biographic page 4) My US passport Then if I'm right, I can only send it to the phillppines in Manila to get it processed? Can I send it to the united states to get it processed? Thanks in advance for anyone who can answer this question.
  5. I got my childs CRBA and Passport last year and want to get a SSN for him. If I'm right, I just need to: 1) fill out Form SS-5-FS. 2) Copy of birth abroad 3) copy of US passport biographic page 4) My US passport Then if I'm right, I can only send it to the phillppines in Manila to get it processed? Can I send it to the united states to get it processed? Thanks in advance for anyone who can answer this question.
  6. I also added my wife's passport picture to be in the safe side even though I didn't have too.
  7. This might sound like a very stupid question, but I'm looking at my Certificate of Citizenship and it has two dates. The date of when I became a citizen and the other date where it says this "Now therefore in pursuance of the authority contained in Section 341 of the Immigration and Nationality Act, this certificate of citizenship issued this day of thirtieth day of October Two Thousand One" The question is asking "On what date was the Certificate issues" or from the paper form "Date of issuance". I'm guessing I would put 10/30/2001 for the answer and not the day when I became a citizen?
  8. @Babu Frik @Quarknase What I did was scanned a 2 by 2 photo of a recent passport picture of my wife and me. The instructions said it needs to be less than a month. I then scanned the back of the picture and I wrote my name with my A-number in the back. I'm also a US citizen with an A-number because I got my citizenship from my Mother when I was young. For my wife, since she doesn't have an A number, I wrote her name and wrote below her name "A-Number: N/A" If what I did was incorrect, please say so. I don't want to give false information.
  9. In the online forum, you cant write "N/A" because it won't let you. You can write NONE, but in the instructions, it says this. If your answer to a question which requires a numeric response is zero or none (for example, “How many children do you have” or “How many times have you departed the United States”), type or print “None,” unless otherwise directed So what I did was I left dates blank and certain sections blank. An example where I left blank was my wife's middle name. I can't put "NONE" because my wife's middle name isn't "None". Another section where I left blank was where it asked the question "At which USCIS office will the beneficiary apply for adjustment of status to lawful permanent resident". I left that blank, too, because I'm filling abroad. However, there was a section where I put "unknown" and that's the section for "Parents 2" because I don't know who my father is. Do your best in filling out everything accurately.
  10. I'm guessing your filling online? I'm writing this with my phone and noticed this question, but it's not the previous one. From what I understand, the paper version should be the exact same as the online version. So I'm guessing that you put the form i94 info if he is currently in the USA. Please look at the paper version in page 7.
  11. Thank you for the reply. Do you think I should write about her refusal of entry in the "additional information" section for form i-130 even though it might be asked later?
  12. I'm about to submit my online application, but I was wondering if anyone has experience or has the correct answer. My wife was denied entry in a US international airport in the pass because of immigration intent. In Form i-130, "was the the beneficiary ever in the USA". I answered "NO". Would this be the correct answer? I'm not sure if being in an international airport would be considered ever being in the USA or not. I'm also going to write in the additional information section that she was denied entry and put her old passport number in. Encase if this information is necessary, in her passport, it says "Customs and Border Protection Refused in accordance with INA section 217. R38024
  13. @pushbrk @missileman I hope I'm not sounding rude or anything, but have you guys filled out the Online version of the Form I-130? You are trying to help someone by answering there question, but you guys are just being rude! I think the person asking the question is doing the online filling version of Form I-130. If you look at the image below, it just ask for your beneficiary's passport number. There is nothing that says if your spouse is in the USA or not. The paper version of the Form I-130 has instructions that says that. For the online version, If you answer "Yes" in if your beneficiary was ever in the United States, you go to a new page and it ask you for your Form I94 details. It's very confusing. If you answer "no", it skips that part. @RaviC Here is what I did, since my wife is a very special case, I answered "NO" because the immigration officer denied my wife from entering the country in a US airport. So from my understanding, she was never in the United States. However, since it's asking for your beneficiary's passport number, I put her information in. I left the travel document number blank because my wife's travel document number is her passport number. I talked to one of the USCIS people and they said the paper version should be the exact same version as the online version, so I'm guessing you can leave it blank because your spouse is not in the United States anymore. There is an "additional information" section where you can explain your issue.
  14. I'm double checking before I submit my application online. I'm a US citizen where I obtained my citizen from my parent. I have a certificate of citizenship. I just noticed last night that I have an A-number from Certificate of Citizenship. Do I need to put my A-number in the below image? I did read it and it does say Permanent Resident Card. But I'm not sure if my A-number from my certificate of citizenship should be added or not? The part that confuses me is that if they are only looking for people who currently have a Green Card, but the question on top is asking What is your A-Number.
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