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Can I get a replacement if I've lost my card?
More detail about the acceptable types of evidence documents
What is a Social Security Card?
Does a Social Security Number ever expire?
Yes. But if you continue to lose your card, there is generally a limit to how many replacement cards you can receive. That limit is 3 per year, and 10 per lifetime. But note that new cards issued due ...
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The types of documents you are required to submit vary widely from application to application, depending on factors like your reason for applying, your citizenship, and whether or not you're signing ...
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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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Social Security Numbers do not expire. A Social Security Number is a unique number connected to its owner for life. And after the death of the owner, the number is not re-assigned to another owner. To...
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