Originally Posted by BrownRice
This article is incorrect because I know for a fact, personally, you do not need work authorization to obtain a SSN. I accompanied a friend to the SSA to get a SSN who was not able to work in the US.
Were they a student?
The point is, IMHO, NC THOUGHT she needed BC to take care of the matter so she could get a social security card or a green card. Her residency in the U.S. was based on her LIVING and being MARRIED to BC. Her father has testified to what NC believed.