I think it would be prudent to discuss this matter with me or one of my colleagues BEFORE you file for DACA.. As a rule, honesty is the best policy. You could get yourself in more trouble by withholding information from the USCIS. Hope this helps. Wishing you well.
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USCIS wants only real numbers.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer, whether myself or one of my colleagues, to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case.
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If this is not your SS#, than you should not include it.
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I agree with my colleagues, only real numbers.
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At a webseminar I attended the speakers stated that only social security numbers that were lawfully issued to the applicant should be listed. Lawyers may differ regarding this advice.
This simple question has a few twists. Did you ever work with that SSN? College graduation is not a requirement for DACA, ergo there is no benefit to presenting your college diploma.
You don't need to and should not disclose it since USCIS only wants real #'s. I would suggest having your application reviewed or filed by a lawyer since these are far more deceptive than you may think.
Best of luck,
-Sanjay A. Paul, Esq.
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