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What is a Social Security Card?
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A Social Security Card displays your name and Social Security Number. It is issued by the Social Security Administration (www.ssa.gov) and is approximately the size of a business card. There are three...
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Evidence documents are supporting documents that the Social Security Administration requires you to submit along with your SS-5 form, in order to prove various claims that you make on the SS-5. ...
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Applying for a new, replacement, updated, or corrected Social Security Card requires a number supporting evidence documents such as a driver's license. The SSA specifically requires those evidence ...
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You can obtain an empty SS-5 document at http://www.ssa.gov/, study the form and instructions, prepare the document yourself, and research your filing requirements, all for free. Or you can allow our ...
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