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  • 3 weeks after EAD - still no SSN

    Hello,
    So tomorrow is gonna be exactly 1 month since my EAD Card was in production, and about 3 weeks after i got it in hand - and i still didn’t get my SSN. I applied for it on form and from what i read it suppose to come 7-14 days after i receive my EAD.
    I wanted to go to my Social Security Office but they are close due to Covid-19, i tried to call but they don’t give that informations through phone, so my question is they don’t work in their offices at all due to pandemic? Or i just should be patient and wait for my SSN to come anyway?
    We wanted to do our taxes with my wife together since at day December 31st 2019 we were married and living together but without SSN i can’t really do it, only thing that saved us is that they postponed last day for taxes for 3 months.
    11/16/2019 - Marriage with US Citizen
    ​​​​12/18/2019 - Documents sent to USCIS
    12/23/2019 - Case was received in USCIS
    01/02/2020 - NOA in my mailbox (I-130, I-485, I-765)
    01/18/2020 - Fingerprints appointment scheduled
    01/28/2020 - Fingerprints done in local ASC
    01/30/2020 - Fingerprints were applied to my case
    02/18/2020 - Ready to schedule my interview
    02/27/2020 - EAD card in production
    02/28/2020 - Form I-765 approved
    03/03/2020 - EAD mailed
    03/05/2020 - EAD in hand
    03/30/2020 - SSN in hand

  • #2
    I think you can apply by mail. You must send original documents, so maybe you just want to wait a little longer.
    Nov 2018 - Package sent - EB - Texas Service Center
    Day 1 - Package received at the lockbox
    Day 12/34 - Case and Fingerprint Fee Received / Biometrics appointment
    Day 112 - EAD delivered
    Day 195 - Letter for missing I-693
    Day 5xx - no news (retrogression)
    EAD Renewal: 2 approved in 24 days, 1 in 133 days

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    • #3
      Yeah i guess i’m gonna wait another week or two and see, thanks tho - at least that is some option, but they will send me back my documents right? I’m talking about EAD/Passport and Birth Certificate
      11/16/2019 - Marriage with US Citizen
      ​​​​12/18/2019 - Documents sent to USCIS
      12/23/2019 - Case was received in USCIS
      01/02/2020 - NOA in my mailbox (I-130, I-485, I-765)
      01/18/2020 - Fingerprints appointment scheduled
      01/28/2020 - Fingerprints done in local ASC
      01/30/2020 - Fingerprints were applied to my case
      02/18/2020 - Ready to schedule my interview
      02/27/2020 - EAD card in production
      02/28/2020 - Form I-765 approved
      03/03/2020 - EAD mailed
      03/05/2020 - EAD in hand
      03/30/2020 - SSN in hand

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      • #4
        Yes, they must send the originals back. Please check with your local office. From what I read they are closed to the public but still working. Maybe they will open a "curb-side" drop off for drop off and pick up documents if the closure continues for a month or more.
        Nov 2018 - Package sent - EB - Texas Service Center
        Day 1 - Package received at the lockbox
        Day 12/34 - Case and Fingerprint Fee Received / Biometrics appointment
        Day 112 - EAD delivered
        Day 195 - Letter for missing I-693
        Day 5xx - no news (retrogression)
        EAD Renewal: 2 approved in 24 days, 1 in 133 days

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        • #5
          Thank you I’m trying to reach them through phone once again maybe this time is different, if not then i might just apply through mail, because getting stressed about this whole situation, i would feel safer having my ssn already, although either way can’t really work right now because of this pandemic, eh.
          11/16/2019 - Marriage with US Citizen
          ​​​​12/18/2019 - Documents sent to USCIS
          12/23/2019 - Case was received in USCIS
          01/02/2020 - NOA in my mailbox (I-130, I-485, I-765)
          01/18/2020 - Fingerprints appointment scheduled
          01/28/2020 - Fingerprints done in local ASC
          01/30/2020 - Fingerprints were applied to my case
          02/18/2020 - Ready to schedule my interview
          02/27/2020 - EAD card in production
          02/28/2020 - Form I-765 approved
          03/03/2020 - EAD mailed
          03/05/2020 - EAD in hand
          03/30/2020 - SSN in hand

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          • #6
            Good news!
            I just called my local Social Security Office and some nice guy told me that they just issued my SSN yesterday and it will come in next 7-10 business days!
            At least some good news in those sad days

            So if someone is in similar situation just try to call your local SSO and ask politely about status of your case and they will tell you that

            Update: Got my SSN today Finally! 03.30.2020
            Last edited by Michael713; 03-30-2020, 11:13 PM.
            11/16/2019 - Marriage with US Citizen
            ​​​​12/18/2019 - Documents sent to USCIS
            12/23/2019 - Case was received in USCIS
            01/02/2020 - NOA in my mailbox (I-130, I-485, I-765)
            01/18/2020 - Fingerprints appointment scheduled
            01/28/2020 - Fingerprints done in local ASC
            01/30/2020 - Fingerprints were applied to my case
            02/18/2020 - Ready to schedule my interview
            02/27/2020 - EAD card in production
            02/28/2020 - Form I-765 approved
            03/03/2020 - EAD mailed
            03/05/2020 - EAD in hand
            03/30/2020 - SSN in hand

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            • #7
              Michael713 congrats and thank you for your update, that can help others waiting for their SSN.
              Nov 2018 - Package sent - EB - Texas Service Center
              Day 1 - Package received at the lockbox
              Day 12/34 - Case and Fingerprint Fee Received / Biometrics appointment
              Day 112 - EAD delivered
              Day 195 - Letter for missing I-693
              Day 5xx - no news (retrogression)
              EAD Renewal: 2 approved in 24 days, 1 in 133 days

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              • #8
                Hi guys!

                Wow your cases have been so fast! In which states are you? I´m in Florida and for me has taken so long! My husband is also an american citizen, we married in september 2019 and the last thing I knew about my case was "As of March 5, 2020, fingerprints relating to your Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, Receipt Number XXXXXXX, have been applied to your case. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address."

                I see that you guys know a telephone number where to ask the doubts, can you give the number please??? I´m desperate!
                Stay safe and all the best,
                VLR

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