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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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The first step is to complete an SS-5 application document, which you can do on your own or with our application preparation service. The next step is to gather original or certified copies of your ...
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A certified copy includes some kind of endorsement, stamp, or certificate from the issuer/custodian of the original record, verifying that the copy is a true copy of the original.To get a certified ...
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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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