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Already have a SSN. What next?

Already have a SSN. What next?

Old Nov 19th 2001, 6:05 pm
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Hi,

I have a Social Security Security number
from when I lived in California in the '80s.

But I don't have a Green card to my knowledge.
Does having a SSN allow me to apply easily
for a Green Card or other visa?

Many thanks in advance for any advice,

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Old Nov 19th 2001, 6:31 pm
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No the issuance of a social security card does not entitle you to the right to apply for adjustment of status or any other visa. You need a basis for it, i.e. company sponsorship, marriage to a US citizen, refugee status. In the 80's SSC's were given out to any Tom, Dick or Harriet.

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