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Answer Unless you're authorized to secure social security numbers, the only way to obtain them is through illegal activity. Social security numbers are among the… most private of an individual's information. Most local law enforcement personnel are not even authorized to such information. If the numbers you're looking for deal with you or relatives, contact the Social Security Administration.
I became legal in the united states and had a made up social before then
Online services can help you. These websites work with the Social Security Administration so that employers may be able to verify if a person is eligible for employment. You c…an even verify your own SSN on the Internet. If you are looking for the SSN of a deceased person, you can log on to a government website that shows the Social Security Death Index where you can search for the SSN of the people who died, at least, after 1963. You can check here http://peoplesearchbyssn.org/ for more informatiion about SSN and http://peoplesearchbyssn.org/social-security-administration/ to answer your question.
Answer You take your original birth certificate and another ID into the Social Security office in your city and they will issue one to you. You may want to check onlin…e or call them before you go to make sure what documents you need and the hours they are open.
That would make you one of the very few people in the United States, who has not yet been made liable for and therefore not subject to any revenue tax under the so called "soc…ial security" revenue scheme. If you don't have a social security number, rejoice and suffer through all the mindless lessons you must teach those errant fools who will insist that you must have a social security number in order to do business. Explain to these souls that you do not need a social security number in order to do any banking, or to contract with other people, and if they require some sort of PIN number for accounting purposes you will gladly authorize a PIN number as long as it is made clear that PIN number is not a social security number. If it is not made clear the PIN number is not a social security number, you run the risk of committing fraud, and since your not liable for and or subject to any social security tax, you don't need to give the tax collectors some reason to harass you. Good luck with being free. If you don't like that idea, you can always go to any tax collector office and apply for a social security number. If that is your choice then extra luck to you, as you'll need it.
If you want to see if they are a fraudulent person. Some people use another persons ss# to get employment, some people abuse a ss# and steal someone's credit.
Plain and simple....IDENTIFICATION. Like your fingerprints, there are no two alike.
The US will sometimes flag a social security number as a suspected terrorist. Being flagged means you get searched rigorously in airport security. Some airlines will refuse to… fly those who are flagged. Getting flagged happens on pretty flimsy circumstances. If your name is similar to a known terrorist or fugitive, or even sounds similar to the same culture it may be flagged. Once flagged, it is difficult (probably impossible to clear it). Instead a Redress Number is obtained. Airlines who check for social security flags will often accept a redress number in your response.
Social Security numbers were first issued by the Social Security Administration in November 1935, more than 2400 years after Pythagoras died.
You need to get that person and take them to the DPS for a new social security card. Getting a persons social security without their permission is illegal.
It is not the custom of any reliable fact-checking site, including WikiAnswers, to give a person's private information. Anyone's social security number should be kept private …so that scammers and fraudsters don't use it for bad purposes. But if you are asking whether Obama's social security card is from Connecticut, that is an internet myth. And if you are asking whether he is foreign born, that too is a myth: he was born in Hawaii and has an American social security card, probably from whatever state he was living in when got his first job.
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You could, but it would be a VERY bad idea. Someone could use it to get a ID with your name. They could then commit a crime and you might be the one arrested.
They can get into your bank accounts and such.
If you mean the first 3 digits, the answer is NO ONE. It is one of the numbers that is never assigned to anyone, so would be invalid. Other numbers not assigned are 000, and 9…00-999. (See source link below for other numbers or confirmation)
In my recent experience, they gave me a confirmation number when I applied for social security. You will need it for them to access your online file.
You can visit your local Social Security office to apply for or get a replacement Social Security Card. You will need to have your birth certificate and a picture ID to get a …replacement card.