Your first and continuous link with Social Security is your nine-digit Social Security Number. It helps us to maintain an accurate record of your wages or self-employment earnings that are covered under the Social Security Act, and to monitor your record once you start getting Social Security benefits.
WHY DO I NEED ONE?
You need a Social Security number to get a job, collect Social Security benefits and receive some other government services. But you don’t often need to show your Social Security card. Do not carry your card with you. Keep it in a safe place with your other important papers.
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 StartContinue 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 AUTOMATICALLYContinue 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) AccordingContinue 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 orContinue 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 onContinue 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 willContinue 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 willContinue Reading
Q) how do i receive a letter from social security that i am not eligible to have a social security card because i am not a citizen.This was asked by a driving school A) You will need to contact your local social security office and request a letter.
Q) I’ve lost my whole wallet containing my birth certificate, I.d. and social security card. how do I get a replacement social security card if your replying I need one of the other at each office when I’m applying for either one? I need help ASAP!! because I’m near homeless and need my documentation to tryContinue Reading
Q) How do I transfer my ssi to another state? 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 theirContinue Reading
Q) My Uncle receives SSDI he is not able to handle his own finances how do we get him a payee. We live in a different state. He lives in New York State. Thank you Brenda L. A) According to the Social Security Administration - A representative payee is an individual or organization appointed by SSA to receive SocialContinue Reading
Q) How do I get to social security office 477 Michigan Ave. Detroit Michigan From 6032 Clippert St. Taylor Michigan A) 6032 Clippert St Taylor, MI 48180 Get on I-94 E from Van Born Rd 1.5 mi / 4 min Continue on I-94 E to Detroit. Take exit 2B from M-10 S 12.5 mi / 12 minContinue Reading
Q) I would like to ask you to provide for me an Award Benefit Letter to file document for Low Income Housing as requested by The **********s Leasing Office at *** Fe*** Street Ma***z CA 94***. Thank you very much. A) According to Social Security Administration You can use a my Social Security online account to: Get your benefitContinue Reading
Q) Am I eligible for benefits in the month I turn 62 or after the actual date I turn 62? A) According to Social Security Administration: To receive retirement benefits, you must be age 62 for the entire month. Since you were born on the 2nd day of the month, we consider you to be age 62Continue Reading
Q) Due to the number of times our family has moved within the past three years, I have misplaced my son’s social security card. What documents will I need to apply for another one? Do I need to apply in person for my son? We reside in Buford GA., but he was born in Pennsylvania. A)Continue Reading
Q) We have a son who we recently adopted in the united states through the orange county foster care. How do we get a social security card for him? What documentation do you need? We were told that since he was in the foster care system it will take around 6 months to get his bithContinue Reading
Q) I am interested in getting a supplement of social security as I am permanently disabled can I apply online or on the phone & how long does this take thank you Cindy C. A) According to Social Security Administration: To apply for adult disability SSI payments: Start the Disability process at our Apply Online for Disability Benefits page.Continue Reading
Q) My grand baby was born premature weigh 3 lbs and her lungs wasn’t fully developed. Do she qualify to receive a check. A) According to Social Security Administration these are the requirements to receive Social Security benefits? Many people think of Social Security as just a retirement program. Although it is true that most of theContinue Reading
Q) I have not been receiving my Social Security for last couple months. My computer was hacked. My bank account has changed. How do I fix this.R A. R. A) According to the Social Security Administration: You can start, change or cancel your direct deposit by: Using your my Social Security account, if you receive Social SecurityContinue Reading
Q) if I retire at 62 will I still be able to work part time? A) According to Social Security Administration: You can work while you receive Social Security retirement (or survivors) benefits. When you do, it could mean a higher benefit for you in the future. Higher benefits can be important to you later in lifeContinue Reading
Q) Simple question: What would the cost be to get a new social security card? Or a lost social security? Does it depend on where I am at? I currently live in Saint George Utah. Just like to know what the cost might be for a new SS card. Thank you. A) The Social Security Administration doesContinue Reading
Q) What documents do I need to file to collect social security benefit from an ex-spouses social security? A) According to Social Security Administration You can apply for benefits by calling our national toll-free service at 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778) or visiting your local Social Security office. An appointment is not required, but if you call ahead andContinue Reading
Q) I’m turning 18 years old in June but I am starting an online school. What do I need to do to prevent the death benefit for the death of my Dad from stopping. I was told it continues until 23 years old as long as I am still in school. The online school I amContinue Reading
Q) Someone has stolen my 12 year old daughters identity. I have alerted the police. The Credit Reporting agencies have put out security alerts to protect her identity for the next 60 days. How do I go about having a new S.S.# given to my daughter? A) According to Social Security Administration – SSA do not routinelyContinue Reading
Q) I am 62 year old female. I was married to my ex-husband for 24 years. We had been divorced since 1994. I never remarried. He passed away in 2008 at age 57. Can I collect his social security at this time even though I am still employed full time ? A) According to the Social SecurityContinue Reading
Q) Do I need an appointment to speak with a representative? I want to contest the Windfall Provision, since I have paid into SS for more than sufficient amount of time well in excess of ten years. I also paid into a retirement account as a police officer, and did not pay into SS for thatContinue Reading
Q) I need a BPQY benefits Planning Query also called 2459 A) According to the Social Security Administration Website – A BPQY provides information about a beneficiary’s disability cash benefits, health insurance, scheduled continuing disability reviews, representative payee, and work history, as stored in SSA’s electronic records. The BPQY is an important planning tool for a beneficiary,Continue Reading
Q) My mother is in a care center, due to a stroke. Her home has been sold. I don’t need to change where her payments go, but her mailing address needs to be changed to my address. She is unable to leave the care center and her speech is difficult. I have Power of Attorney. WhatContinue Reading
Q) How can I get a copy of my paid Social Security earnings. Can I get it email? A) REQUEST FOR SOCIAL SECURITY EARNINGS INFORMATION FORM - http://www.socialsecurity.gov/online/ssa-7050.pdf
Q) i am 62 my ex spouse is 61 we were married 24 years —can I collect on his social security being he isn’t 62 years old yet and hasn’t started receiving social security yet? A) According to Social Security Administration, If you are divorced, but your marriage lasted 10 years or longer, you can receive benefitsContinue Reading
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