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How do I replace my social security card?

I need to replace my lost social security card immediately!! Read this article for tips on how to replace your social security card!!

A social security card is a key piece of identity that any US citizen should hold on to. You often will need to present a social security card when applying for a passport, visa, or when you accept a new job. If you have lost or have had your social security card stolen, then you should immediately get a new one and be sure to not lose it again. This article will give you step in how to get a new social security card.

What You Need to Replace Your Social Security Card

To replace your lost social security card you will need to fill out form SS-5, which is an application for a new social security card. This form can be found either online or at your local social security office. You will also need a variety of original documents to prove your identity, and proof of US citizenship. If you are not a US citizen, you will need to provide proof that you are legally eligible to be in this country, and are eligible for employment.

Where to go to Replace Your Social Security Card

To replace your social security card, you will need to bring all documents to your local social security office. Locations are provided on the social security website. Various states also require you to apply to your local social security card center.

How Long it Takes to Replace a Social Security Card

Getting your replaced social security can take up to 8 weeks for the card request to be processed, and mailed to you. If you know you lost your card, order a new one immediately to ensure you have it when needed.



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