Yes, it is "legal" to ask for your social security number. And it is legal because it is NOT against the law to do so. What may or may not be legal, in some cases, is to ask someone to provide a social security number as a requirement to have access, for instance, to a benefit to which that same person is entitled by law.
In the US, to get a person's Social Security Number you must ask them for it, but they don't have to tell you unless you are their employer. Social Security Numbers are not public information and there is no place where you can go to get the number of a living person, other than to that person or their legal guardian.
Ask him to give it to you. If he is deceased, look for his social security card or ask your attorney how to get it.
As an individual you have no right to obtain another person's social security number. You would need to ask them for it.
There are a number of situations, such as when you are applying for a job, or opening a bank account, when you are required to give your social security number. There are other situations in which it would not be appropriate for you to be asked for your social security number, such as, when ordering a hamburger. Nonetheless, it is not illegal to ask for a social security number - people can pretty much ask anything they want to ask, since we enjoy freedom of speech. If you are asked for a number and you don't wish to give it, you don't have to.
You cannot lose a social security number.It is assigned to you when you apply and it does not change. You can lose your card. In that case just go to the nearest social security office and ask for a replacement.
No. It says right on a social security card, for social security purposes only. Not for identification. If some one ask for your social security for something else, tell to give your a letter from the Social Security Administration telling you that they require the number for that purpose.
The person to whom the social security card and number belongs. Chances are you have already signed it.
As you ask, it is not possible if someone try to fing general background can find Social Security number. Only Social Security Authority or Government Authority can find it if it is needed or you requested it.
Go to the social security office and ask them
who are you.. and why u need it
Yes it is for the reason that the employer must check backgrounds, your citizenship status, and if you're hired, to process your income tax withholding.
in some states yes in some no its illegal
You don't need a social security number to be anything. You need a social security number solely as an identifier for tax purposes. An employer will ask for a social security number because it must pay some taxes on your behalf as well as pay your portion of payroll taxes and withholding directly to the US Treasury. If your parents never got you a SSN you can simply apply for yourself at the nearest Social Security office. You will have to bring a birth certificate to prove that you are a US citizen.
To get the best correct answer you really should contact your local SSA office with all of your available information and ask them if you qualify for the social security benefits.
no, but you can ask your fiance, family to add you to their credit card to help build your credit, other from that your not allowed to use anyone social security number or you could go to prison for fraud
Georgia has nothing to do with it, Social Security is Federal. I believe you can collect until 21 or 24 as long as you are in school. You can call Social Security and ask. There will be a phone number listed in the phone book or you can ask online.
Go to your social security department and ask about your benefits for 2014 . The Social Security Statement provides information about your earnings history and estimates of your Social Security benefits.
Per the IRS website it states: You are required to get each employee's name and Social Security Number (SSN) and to enter them on Form W-2. (This requirement also applies to resident and nonresident alien employees.) You should ask your employee to show you his or her social security card. The employee may show the card if it is available. You may, but are not required to, photocopy the social security card if the employee provides it. Record each new employee's name and social security number from his or her social security card
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They can ask, but you do not have to answer, and you should never give out your SS# to anybody, especially a bill collector. You are not required by law to give your number to any bill collectors.
It should be on his death certificate. Get his drivers license or passport so you have some means of identification. Take this to the Social Security office and ask for their assistance. Michael Hartmann FindYourPolicy.com
That information is confidential. About the only way you can find out is to:ask the personobtain a court order
The FAFSA asks for social security numbers so they can verify your identity, tax information, and citizenship.
First, you should file a police report with the local police. Then contact the legal department or the fraud division of the credit card companies where your husband used your social security number. You should also contact the major credit bureaus and ask how to place an alert to prohibit anyone other than you from obtaining credit by using your social security number. Second, you should speak with your divorce lawyer about this. What your husband has done is a criminal offense and should be brought to the attention of the courts and the criminal authorities. He should be ordered to pay the debts as part of the divorce settlement and close any accounts that were opened using your social security number.