Social Security office 1100 ELM ST MANCHESTER, NH 03101
Manchester NH Social Security office at 1100 ELM ST assign Social Security numbers to U.S. Citizens.They also maintains earnings records under workers Social Security numbers and administrates Supplemental Security Income program for the aged, blind and disabled.
SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE SUITE 201 1100 ELM ST MANCHESTER, NH 03101
Local Number 1-866-814-5408 National Toll-Free 1-800-772-1213 TTY 1-603-645-5230
MON: 09:00 AM – 03:00 PM; TUES: 09:00 AM – 03:00 PM; WED: 09:00 AM – 03:00 PM; THUR: 09:00 AM – 03:00 PM; FRI: 09:00 AM – 03:00 PM; SAT & SUN: CLOSED
THE OFFICE IS LOCATED ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF THE CORNER OF BRIDGE AND ELM STREETS. WE ARE IN THE CROSS INSURANCE BUILDING AT 1100 ELM ST. OUR ENTRANCE IS ON THE WALL STREET SIDE OF THE BUILDING. ONSITE PARKING IS NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS LOCATION. PASSENGERS CAN BE DROPPED OFF AT THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE BUILDING.
Q) I changed banks and need to let social security know the name and number of account so they can direct deposit the check. A) CHANGING RECEIVING FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS The payee’s Direct Deposit will continue to be received by the selected financial institution until the Government agency is notified by the payee that the payee wishes to… Continue Reading
Q) trying to apply for a social security card. A) According to Social Security Administration; You can replace your card for free if it is lost or stolen. However, you are limited to three replacement cards in a year and 10 during your lifetime. Legal name changes and other exceptions do not count toward these limits. For… Continue Reading
Q) How do I change my address with social security? A) According to Social Security website – You can view or update your contact information (e.g. change your address) of record via the My Profile Tab on my Social Security. In addition, you can decide when your change of address will take effect. Who can update their… Continue Reading
Q) how do i change my home phone number with social security disability A) According to the Social Security Administration: If you receive benefits, you can: Use a my Social Security online account to: Get your benefit verification letter; Check your benefit and payment information and your earnings record; Change your address and phone number; and Start… Continue Reading
Q) I’m currently drawing social security benefits and I’m 18 years old. I’m receiving benefits because my dad receives social security and I’ve been in high school and just graduated June 13, 2014. I’m attending college this fall will my benefits continue while I’m in college?Lara N********** A) According to Social Security Administration: YOUR BENEFITS WILL AUTOMATICALLY… Continue Reading
Q) When I got married my husband was not a citizen, I never took his name because when he came to America his last name was not on his documents correctly. He became a citizen then his name was corrected now I want to change my name from my maiden how do I do that. A) According… Continue Reading
Q) My son has returned to work last week after being on total disability for about two years. His child was receiving support, with a check being sent from SS to the mother. The check usually arrived the 8th of the month. All correct paperwork was filed with the local SS office in May or… Continue Reading
Q) I would like to know how does it take for SSA to make a decision on an appeal. I file an appeal in October 2013 in accordance with the letter from SS on my benefit amount. I received a phone call from the SSA about my claim. The SS agent requested further clarification on… Continue Reading
Q) QUESTION PLEASE, Can the president of the tenants community get our Social Security numbers FROM ANOTHER BUILDING! THE wife claims that her husband has all of ss numbers. I never heard of this and I would think that part is private. what happens if it is stolen or lost I Did not and never will… Continue Reading
Q) TO AD PART B WILL I HAVE TO VISIT OFFICE & WHAT TIME DO YOU CLOSE TODAY THANKS A) The Initial enrollment period for Part B When you first become eligible for hospital insurance (Part A), you have a seven-month period (your initial enrollment period) in which to sign up for medical insurance (Part B). A delay on your part will… Continue Reading