He won't be eligible for SS # until sometime in mid 2014. I would like to be able to file under married status next year but want to be sure I clearly understand the process, and am not inadvertently jeopardizing his resident status later on.
He should not be denied the Social Security, merely based upon his obtaining a TIN #.
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He can apply for an ITIN and it should be no problem later. Once he gets his social security number he starts using that and stops using the ITIN.