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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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If the applicant is 18 or older, and is physically and mentally capable, they must complete the application and filing process themselves. If the applicant is over 18 but not physically or mentally ...
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