I just checked the SSC center website and underneath the section where it says documents needed to apply for an ssn they have a list of 4 objects which are; Documents proving "Immigration status"; Work eligibility; Age, and Identity.
Then underneath the title "Immigration status" they say they need the document I-94 (arrival/departure records) issued when arrived in the United States. I don't remember being issued any sort of document....I may have to have hubby look for it in our documents...but to be completely honest I don't remember being given any sort of document...or even having talked about such thing with the immigration ppl at the POE at JFK.
With the CR1 visa, do we really need this document to prove Immigration status in order to apply for a SSN? IF so, how will we get it if we never received it at POE? I thought all that was needed was hubby's passport...with the cr1 visa and picture id, and age and identity. I also thought that the visa and passport would be enough to prove his immigration status???Am I right?