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  1. Preparation: Download the Following Forms: 1. Application for a Social Security Card (SS-5) 2. I-765, Application for Employment Authorization (K-2, K-3, and K-4 Visa Holders Only) The above forms can be filled out on your computer and printed. Make sure you sign and date it as required. Anything you cannot fit by typing, you can handwrite after you print it (very neatly) in black ink instead. Print the following webpage out (K-1 Visa Holder Only😞 >> RM 10211.530 Find your local Social Security Agency (SSA) Office: Click here to Find your SSA Office Reminder: On the visa application Form DS-230, you saw the following offer: "Do you want the Social Security Administration to assign you an SSN (and issue a card) or issue you a new card (if you have an SSN)? You must answer "Yes" to question 43b ("Consent To Disclosure") to receive an SSN and/or card." Please note that this program is ONLY for Immigrant Visa holders (CR-1, etc). If you checked this box, a Social Security number will NOT be generated for you if you are a K-visa holder. As a K-visa holder, use the following guide to get your first, or replacement, Social Security number/card. If you have ever had a Social Security number, that is your number for life; you will need to visit your SSA office to get new card with the same number. The Application Process: :: For K1 Visa Holders :: As a K-1 Visa Holder you are eligible to receive a SSN upon producing a valid I-94 (unexpired). Do not wait until you only have a few weeks left until your I-94 expires to file for a SSN. Many SSA offices will not allow you to file for a SSN if your I-94 is about to expire (generally 14 days prior to the expiration on your I-94). On the other hand, you should also not file for a SSN too soon either. You should wait 2 weeks after you arrived in the US before applying for a SSN. If you go too soon your record of arrival will not be in the SAVE-ASVI system yet, and it will require manual verification from the USCIS. As this will add weeks to the period it takes to process the SSN, it is advisable to attempt to wait the two weeks to be safe. If you have waited the 2 weeks and they tell you they can not verify you arrival record via the SAVE database, you may allow them to to process it (but remember the potential delay for manual verifications). You can ask if they will check the computer again for you in a few days or return personally to have them look again -- thus eliminating the manual verification. The manual verification will require the SSA office to file a G-845 with the USCIS. To apply for a SSN you will need to go to your local SSA office and bring the documents below. These documents are proof of your eligibility to file for a SSN: 1. The SS-5 form you downloaded and filled out (they have some at the office if you forget). 2. your Passport (with the K-1 Visa in it) 3. your valid I-94: Electronic I-94 Copy; or (for older entries) an original (and bring a front/backside copy) of a valid paper I-94 4. another form of valid ID (as defined in the SS-5 instructions) 5. You should also bring the document RM 10211.530 that you printed out Make sure to bring all the documents above because some offices have staff that are not aware that a K-1 Visa Holder is eligible to file for a SSN. A friendly reminder is a nice thing to have -- if not you could be turned away incorrectly. Once you have successfully applied for your SSN, the SSN card will come in the mail in about 2 weeks. You can check on the status of the SSN application and/or often get the SSN in advance by returning in person (try calling) to the SSA office. If you need your SSN before it arrives in the mail you may ask them for an SSA-7028, Notice to Third Party of Social Security Number Assignments, to be sent to your employer or other interested third party once a SSN has been assigned. Your card, when you receive it, will be marked with the words "VALID FOR WORK ONLY WITH INS AUTHORIZATION" indicating to an employer that you must also have an unexpired EAD to be eligible to work. :: For K2, K3, K4 Visa Holders :: As a holder of a K2, K3 or K4 visa you must first have an EAD from the USCIS. You will be required to show this to the SSA agency to be eligible to receive a SSN. To apply for a SSN you will need to go to your local SSA office and bring: 1. The SS-5 form you downloaded and filled out (they have some at the office if you forget). 2. Passport (with the K-2, K-3, or K-4 Visa in it) 3. your valid I-94: Electronic I-94 Copy; or (for older entries) an original (and bring a front/backside copy) of a valid paper I-94 4. another form of valid ID (as defined in the SS-5 instructions) 5. A valid EAD Only persons age 12 and older must apply in person. A derivitive visa beneficiary (K2 for example) may elect to have their parent (the K1 for example) apply on their behalf (they will still need all the required documents). The SSA will most likely need to verify the validity of the EAD and will make a copy to send to the USCIS as part of the SSN processing. Once they verify the EAD you will receive your SSN card in the mail. You can check on the status of your SSN application and/or often get the SSN in advance by returning in person to the SSA office. If you need your SSN before it arrives in the mail you may ask them for an SSA-7028, Notice to Third Party of Social Security Number Assignments, to be sent to your employer or other interested third party once a SSN has been assigned. Your card, when you receive it, will be marked with the words "VALID FOR WORK ONLY WITH INS AUTHORIZATION" indicating to an employer that you must also have an unexpired EAD to be eligible to work.
  2. Hello! I have a SSN already because I had a J1 visa BUT my SSN says :"VALID FOR WORK ONLY WITH DHS AUTHORIZATION". my question is if i need to remove that condition or what i need to do with that after i get marrieds. TIA!
  3. Hi everyone. I recently arrived into the US on a K1 visa and married my fiancé. We are in the process of applying for adjustment of status. I asked my lawyer about applying for my SSN and they made a discovery that K1 visa holders are one class of visa holders that are automatically entitled to work without EAD authorization or DHS authorization, according to the social security website itself. Please see following links: https://secure.ssa.gov/apps10/poms.nsf/lnx/0110211420#g https://secure.ssa.gov/apps10/poms.nsf/lnx/0110211530 This means my social security card should not have “ valid for work only with DHS authorization” written on it. Every time I’ve googled this, every other source seems to say that DHS and EAD authorization is required prior to work. Even visa journey itself links ( https://www.visajourney.com/content/ssn/ )to one of these above website and states this, even though the website itself states the opposite. Has anyone else encountered this? My lawyer believes that I am entitled to work as soon as I get my SSN. And based off the information given on the SS website I would be inclined to agree!
  4. Hello, excuse me if this is in the wrong forum but I have a few questions for the experts here since I can't really find the answers online. I'm from the Netherlands, and I'm moving to my American wife in Arizona. Everything is approved (after 15 months finally). I paid the immigration /greencard fee like a month ago (like 30 days ago). I still have to finish up some business here in the Netherlands, i'm getting rid of my house and i'm quitting my job by the end of December. My temp immigrant visa is valid until March but i'm planning to go before the end of December. My question is, is my Greencard already on its way to my wife in the USA. Or will it only be send AFTER entering the USA/POE? I can't really find anything about this online. I know it can take up to 120 days though. And the same goes for my Social security number. Because I want everything to be ready as soon as I enter the usa. I want to work asap and open a bank account etc. I don't want to sit still for another few weeks/months after I arrive. Is it possible to already work with that temporary immigrant visa? And how about opening a bankaccount and getting a creditcard etc, is that even possible right now? Or do I have to wait till we receive my greencard and ssn etc? And what do they exactly do and ask at the POE when you're entering with that temporary immigrant visa? I read some reviews here but it wasn't really detailed. Thanks for your time
  5. IT'S been a month now and I still dont have my Social security number. They said it's supposed to be 2 to 3 wks only. I badly needed it for work purposes. Any one here had the same experience? Im here in Las Vegas Nevada. My entry is K1 visa. Thank u for anyone who replies.
  6. Hello everyone, I'm a DV2019 winner and successfully passed the interview. Subsequently, I arrived in the US at the end of August. However, I haven't yet received the Social Security Card even though I checked the item "if you want to provide your personal information to apply for a social security card?". It's almost a month since I have arrived in the US. I asked the Social Security Administration(SSA) by phone but they replied my case doesn't exist in the system. Should I visit a nearby SSA and apply for my Social Security Card instead of just waiting ineffectively? Does anyone encounter similar situations like what I am facing? Thank you
  7. Hello all, I was curious about applying for an SSN as a K1 visa holder because it seems a lot of people rush into it. I've been in the US for a month now, wedding is on October 4th, haven't submitted any other paperwork since I got it. Should I also be working on getting an SSN before I get married? What's the rush, as opposed to getting it after marriage?
  8. Hi folks, I'm preparing documents in order to apply for F2A(I-130/I-485/I-864) for my wife. Unfortunately, I encountered a problem while filling the form I-864. The instruction of I-864 states applicants must provide their Social Security Number, but I don't have one. I I don't have a SSN because I'm waiting for Social Security Administration to mail my SS card at the same time. My question is, can I mail all F2A required documents including a Form I-864 without a social security number on it to USCIS? (Due to the priority date of F2A in September and October are current, I want to seize this opportunity and apply F2A ASAP) Many thanks!
  9. Hello everyone, I just became a new immigrant by winning the diversity lottery, DV2019, and got a one-year temporary green card sticker in my passport in the end of August. Currently, I want to apply for a social security card, but I'm abroad in my country,Taiwan. A couple of questions confuse me. Q.1 : Can I visit the Social Security Administration in Guam where is the nearest SSA from Taiwan and apply for my social security card? Q.2:Can I access my social security "number" right away as applying for a SS card in the SSA in Guam? Q.3: Besides, can I leave an US address, Plano in Texas, where I''ll live, on the SSN application Form and require the SSA in Guam to file my social security card to that address? Thank you so much.😊
  10. hi everyone, sorry if this is posted in the wrong part of the forum but im new to this forum. i arrived to the US at the end of last month- in north carolina on a k1 visa. A couple weeks in we applied for our marriage licence and plan on getting married early next week. At the time of appying for the marriage licence i thought we needed to get married before applying for ssn (and i signed something at the office stating that i cant get an ssn (or im not eligible i think it said), but ive since found out that isnt the case and that you are eligible on a k1- since researching the aos process. i called the register of deeds office and told them this, that technically i can get an ssn on k1, and asked if i should apply for ssn then go back to the register of deeds office and get another marriage licence- they said to not do that and to get married then apply for ssn and stated im overthinking this. they adamantly advised to get married first then apply for ssn. my question is, should i go ahead and get married, then apply for ssn at the social security office, then wait for it to arrive, then complete AOS? or should i just get married, go ahead with AOS and check the box for part 2 question 14 of the i765 employment authorization form which requests a social security card be issued?? sorry for the long post, but any advice is appreciated. thanks
  11. I filed for AoS in March, got expedited EAD a few days ago in August due to a job offer. A couple of days before my EAD showed up, another unexpected card came in the mail - my social security number card!! Is that normal? I was under the impression the SSN card came 5-6 weeks after the EAD was printed/granted.... And then as if that's not enough, my green card status changed to 'ready for interview' yesterday! It's all go, all of a sudden.... I'm just glad I can finally work. The only thing I don't have is my advance parole travel pass because USCIS made a mistake with my form so it's delayed like a month behind the rest of my process.... Anyway, is that normal? To get an SSN days before getting my EAD??
  12. Good morning, I need some advice on how to proceed/best course of action regarding getting my husband's social security number & card. Here's the situation: My husband (then fiance) arrived in the U.S. on Friday, May 17th. We went to the social security office on Thursday, May 23rd but were unsuccessful in applying for an SSN. We were told that their system was showing a "duplicate" application, as if my fiance had already applied for a social (not possible, he's used the Visa Waiver every other time he's been in the U.S.). He told us this was because he "hadn't been in the U.S." long enough, and to come back in 1 week. We couldn't waste more time there on this particular day, so despite the fact I knew we were being told a load a bull, we agreed to come back at a later time. Before leaving, my fiance specifically said that we were getting married the very next day and asked if this would cause any issues when we return. We were assured that it would not be a problem. We got married as planned on Friday, May 24th. Now due to the fact that SSA is only open from 9AM - 4PM, I have to miss some work to even go up there so we were not able to go back until this past Friday, June 7th. This time, after a lot of typing into their system, the lady asks my husband if we are married. Of course, we have to say yes. At this point she tells us that they cannot process his application because their system will not allow an SSN to be issued after marriage. Now I know a lot of people have encountered this type of problem before, but I also know that marriage doesn't just magically make you ineligible for a social security number. A supervisor comes over and tells me that "the fiance visa isn't valid anymore now that you are married, so the SAVE system comes back as a mismatch and DHS will not allow the application to be processed." When I expressed disbelief about this she said "they track everything with his A-number and update their system accordingly". Considering we did not provide his A-number at any point for the marriage license and it is not on the marriage certificate, I think this is a bunch of bull as well. I would be impressed if state and federal agencies were even that efficient! We wouldn't even have to provide proof of marriage for AOS if that were the case! But I digress... None of this sounded right to me, but I was getting more upset by the second and it was nearing 4PM by this time so of course they didn't want to deal with us anymore. They did let me see the screen showing where the SAVE system came back with the "mismatch" error, but they did not offer to do a SAVE inquiry/manual verification, and unfortunately it didn't occur to me while we were there to ask for it. After we got home, I did some research and also looked over my husband's documents and noticed that the I-94 did not match the K1 visa in his passport - his visa expires July 30th, but CBP authorized his stay until August 14th. I now believe this is the actual reason for the mismatch (please correct me if I am wrong) and it has literally nothing to do with our marriage. So, my question is this - do we give it one more shot, go to a different SSA office and immediately explain the issue with the dates and ask right off for his application to be processed "manually" OR do we throw in the towel and just apply for the SSN with our AOS/EAD packet? I cannot go back to an SSA office until either June 21st or June 25th, and I plan to mail off the AOS packet by the end of this week which brings me to a 3rd question - can I ask for the SSN in the packet and still try to apply at an actual office as well? Or will this cause an issue once they process the EAD, if my husband has received his SSN but our forms say that we haven't applied for one? Thank you in advance for any advice (or just moral support) yall may have. This has been incredibly frustrating, to say the least.
  13. Can we apply for AOS after our wedding, but without our SSN in hand? Will this cause an RFE or delays? Originally, we were planning to wait for SSN before applying for AOS. Today at the SSA office, they said that immigration improperly sent my name to them, because they included my 2 middle names as my first name and part of it got cut off. The officer said that it will take 3 to 4 weeks to get my SSN, because they have to confirm my name with USCIS. Thank you for any help
  14. My fiancée came here with the K1 2 weeks ago. Today we went to get his SSN, and it is now “waiting on confirmation about his visa documents and the SSN card or denial notice will take up to 4 weeks” which I’m assuming means we are now having to do manual verification. My question is if we can get married during this waiting period. I have heard mixed reviews about applying for a SSN when you’ve already gotten married (Then having to wait until you get work verification, which takes months). So my fear is receiving a denial notice for the SSN after getting married, and then being told we can’t do the SSN application until the work verification. can anyone offer any advice? thank you.
  15. Hi everyone Dunno if this came up anywhere before, but I would be happy to hear your comments/suggestions about this topic. Got my SSN back in 1992 in Hartford CT, when I was attending the college. After a loooong time, I realized that my SSN card doesnt have any remarks or restriction on the face. So here are my questions: 1) Does this mean that I have an "Unrestricted SSN" ? 2) Can I apply to a job in U.S without needing a work visa sponsorship? 3) I currently have a U.S tourist visa good for 10 years, can I just come in and start working for a company / or start my own company in U.S? 4) Can I come in with that Tourist visa and apply for permanent residency? Thank you all in advance
  16. My wife immigrated on a K1 visa, and applied for a Social Security Number while her I-94 was still valid, and ultimately it was approved (albeit with a couple month wait). When she filled out the I-765 (together with I-485) form for AOS, the box requesting a Social Security Number was checked, since SSA was taking their time issuing her a number at the time, and I think she was worried about a rejection for the K1-based SSN, so we figured it made sense to check the box on the I-765 , figuring that SSA would check their records / check against USCIS' records before issuing her a new card . A couple weeks after getting her EAD, she now received a new card, with a new number (likely because the name on the visa/original SSN card was in a different order than what she intends to have on the green card, due to how her country prints passports). I think the process in this case would be to go down to SSA again 😬, with both cards, EAD, and passport, and possibly a new SS-5 or something like that, and get them to check their records and fix it? Her Green Card Interview is in less than 2 weeks...should we rush to get it fixed before then? I was thinking it would make sense to just do it right after we finish the interview since we're in the area and don't have anything else planned for the day and it's more convenient to do so, but obviously I don't want to cause problems at the interview. I can only the image the look on the USCIS officer's face when he asks for her SSN, and she asks 'which one' 😆. I'm also not sure if there's any sort of 'time limit' that they want updates to be submitted by, like USCIS' 10 day address change rule. EDIT: Apparently there's a whole report from 2012 about this issue https://oig.ssa.gov/sites/default/files/audit/full/pdf/A-06-10-20155_0.pdf
  17. Just wanted to share my recent experience in obtaining ssn as a K1 immigrant in my local office. Arrived to US on July 5th. Went to SSN office July 8th. Got there an hour and a half before opening and was 30th in line... Looks pretty bad lol Managed to have breakfast and coffee while waiting. People with appointments were called out to the front, rest of us got assigned with numbers. Ours was 22. My local office (11100 SW 211 St, Miami, FL 33189, USA) has over 30 counters so I went in with the first batch. Thru security and was directed to counter 22. Waited inside for about 30 minutes, as we were let in half an hour before opening. The lady on our counter was not familiar with K1 visa at all. She looked at my printed I-94 and told me I need to apply for a status as a refugee or for asylum lol I told her I'll adjust my status and apply for green card after my wedding as I'm here on fiance visa. She stepped out for a bit, came back, told us to go to lobby B, fill out application and wait to be called to the counter, she put us in the system and told us we're be called by name. She congratulated us on our engagement and we were on our way. Lobby B wait was... Over 2 hrs long. I was going crazy. Only think thtt comes to my mind why we waited for so long was because they're not very experienced with K1 visas. Finally we were called, gentleman on the counter was prepared, he checked the application, printed out a form, gave it to me to check and sign and told me my ssc will be in my mailbox in 1-3 weeks. If it doesn't arrive in 30 days to come back to the office with the paper he gave me. 12 days later my ssc arrived. On it says 'valid for work only with DHS authorization'. It was easier then I expected, wait is tough but I'm getting used to that here 😁 hope everyone's ssn adventure is as smooth as mine 😉
  18. Context: K1 visa holder, entered the US, got married, sent in my AOS package (to get Green card and/or EAD card). Biometrics done. Then, before I heard anything about my EAD and SSN card, I got my GC interview. Went well. Got my green card. I was wondering where and when I will get my SSN. A friend told me she went to the SSA office to apply for it after getting her GC in the mail. So, I went to the SSA with the SS-5 form, my passport, my GC and a copy of my I-94. Posting this as I only found 1-2 related entries about this matter and I believe they gave conflicting info + were a few years old. The whole process took 4 minutes and I was given a piece of paper that said I would get my SSN card in 2 weeks. My exchange with the officer (99% verbatim): Me: I filed for Adjustment of Status a few months ago and now I have my green card. However, even though I filed for an SSN through the form for employment authorisation, I never got it. Officer: Can I have your passport and green card? *After looking through it* Officer: Oh, you entered the country using a K1? Yeah, those [SSN applications] are always denied. Me: Why's that? Officer: They don't know whether you're legit. Yeah, it's super common. Me: Oh okay... So here in the SS-5 form it asks whether I had filed for an SSN previously. Do I put yes since I did file for it? Officer: Yeah. Literally 5 seconds later (I had already ticked yes on the form): Officer: Oh, they never even filed that for you. Me: Should I fill out a new form then? Officer: Nah, doesn't matter what you write. When you give it to me I'll just shred it anyway. Me: 😶
  19. So, the guy at SSA office said that DHS has somehow made my middle name to be a part of my first name, & therefore, he can't verify my name with the system & issue me a SSN. How am I supposed to fix this problem? Am I supposed to visit USCIS Application Center or USCIS Local Office or CBP office or whatever else? Is there a way to fix this issue over the phone or e-mail or something without having to physically visit since all of the above offices are several hours away from here, & obviously, I don't have a driving-license & my fiancee has a job to attend to, so we want to avoid visiting multiple places to no avail. Any help will be highly appreciated. Thanks.
  20. Hello, I tried searching this topic but couldn't find anything specific to it. Entered on k-1, we got married (yay), submitted AOS, then applied for SSN. I was contacted after this to advise that they will not process SSN as my i-94 expires within a month. Has anyone come across this? From all the readings and steps, it seems we've followed the correct processes, but am now concerned I missed something. Would I need to apply to extend my i-94?
  21. Hi, just need some advice if I should use my married name now that I am in the US (South Carolina). I have changed my surname already before I left Philippines except my passport because it's not yet expiring in 2 years. So my CR1 visa is also in my maiden name. I have received my SSN last week (in my maiden name). If I apply for a license at DMV and if I apply for work, should I apply for a change in name for my SSN or use my maiden name first and just change it when I apply for the I-751? If ever, can I change my name in SSN into married name even if my passport is still in maiden name? I wont be renewing my passport until 2 years. Which option will be hassle-free in processing papers to avoid conflicts in the future. Thanks in advance
  22. Hello everyone, I believe I've made a error on my I-765 Employment Authorization Document and SSN, and want to know whats the best way to fix this. My wife has arrived here on a K-1 Visa on 11/2018. We're already married on paper and have the certificate I've applied for the I-485, I-765, and I-131 together on 1/19. I received my I-131 and I-765 card on 5/19. I then received the SSN card that states "VALID FOR WORK ONLY WITH DHS AUTHORIZATION" yesterday. Here's the problem. I realized I made an error and put down her married name onto the EAD card, and it also shows that on her SSN. This is a issue when I try to sign her up for insurance, license, etc.. The SSN shows her married name, which doesn't match her current name, since we are still waiting for her AOS to clear. What's the best scenario to get her name changed on the SSN? I'm trying to debate if it's even worth doing since we are still on track to getting her AOS. I'm sorry if I didn't provide enough information regarding this matter. Any info would help. Thank you Glenn
  23. Hi There, I got my green card last year and I have visited USA twice since then. I had to fly back to my home country because my work contract finishes this year in Nov 19. last time I went o US I applied for my Social security number and its been a month. They haven't yet mailed it to the given address in US. Is there a rule that you have to stay in US for a certain amount of time to get a SSN.
  24. Hi all, I went to the SSN office a few days after entering the US on my K1 visa. I followed the VJ guide and took along everything that was required. They have told me that I still need to be verified. In the SAVE database it says it requires reviewing. I thought this didn't happen anymore because the i-94 is electronic? I even took a print out of it with me. Any suggestions on what might be happening? Anything I should look out for or be doing? Thanks!
  25. Landed 3/29 (3 weeks ago) - fiancee is going in to apply for her SSN status, as we're getting married on May 10. However, when I look her up in SAVE using her I-94, it simply says "No cases found that match the search criteria" - does this mean they will not be able to find her when she applies? Should we wait until I can find her in SAVE? I also can't find her using her Alien number (assuming it's the Beneficiary A number on her NOA).
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