When I search this question on google all I get is that how it used to be possible for a person without a social security number to get a mortgage before but now the regulations became more stringent.
This is not what I am looking for.
This person has a valid US issued social security number but remained in the US past the allowed period and stayed here for 15+ years. So they are out of legal status and do not have employment authorization. Their I-94 form states D/S.
Otherwise, this person has been employed, paid taxes, paid off multiple car loans, possesses a number of credit cards and has built a ~790+ credit history.
My question is, can this person possibly get approved for a conventional non-FHA mortgage loan? Is a place on a mortgage application form where a person needs to specify their immigration status ?