What do you do if you cannot get a job because your Social Security card fails a background check?
You need to find out why it's failing a check. If it's identity theft, file a report with your local police and contact the Social Security Administration with the report number. They can flag the card or -- in rare cases -- issue another number. Until you know why your SS# is failing checks, you can't deal with it.
No, not anyone can require a social security number. In most cases, the general public will never need your social security number, but if someone does, be suspicious. Usually, only government or bank forms (and other types of official forms) are the only things that should require your social security number. For example, the grocery store cashier cannot require your social security number because you are buying too many apples.
The foregoing answer is essentially correct. SSDI benefits terminate when the recipient turns 65. If he or she then files for Social Security, the amount received will be essentially the same, barring cost of living increases. If the recipient waits to file for Social Security, those benefits will generally increase.
If you receive supplemental security income and social security income will you qualify to receive a stimulus check?
This question cannot be completely answered because pictures cannot be posted on this website. Social Security cards are semi-from cards printed on blue paper. They have statue-like designs around the interior perimeter of the card. The cardholder's name is typed in the center with a line beneath to sign.
There is nothing 'illegal' about your parents not giving you your social security card. If you are a minor, your parents have the legal authority to make most all decisions concerning many areas. Why do you need your social security card? These cards serve no purpose, and cannot be used as a form of ID. Duplicate social security cards can be applied for at any social security office.
You would hire an attorney to assist you in getting Social Security Disability if you are under 62 and feel you are disabled and cannot work anymore. The attorney would help prove your case-prove how disabled you are. An attorney cannot help you get MORE money as Social Security benefits are based on your earnings.
No. A dead person cannot be sent social security and you cannot collect social security for another person, especially a dead one. ADDED: The above answer is in error. If you are a qualifying and eligible spouse or child of a deceased SS beneficiary you may be eligible. See: http://www.ssa.gov/ww&os2.htm
The State identifier depends on what span of years the number was issued. Typically, the State Identifier is where the person lived at the time (the specific date) when the Social Security Number was issued. The Social Security Administration can tell you about your SS Number, if you cannot remember what State you lived in when you (or your parents) originally applied for your Social Security number.
How does the practice of information security qualify as both an art and a science. How does security as a social science influence its practice?
It depends on who you talk to; some very famous computer science authors have always claimed that computer science (or information security) is an art because there isn't an exact, repeatable way of doing things in a rigorous scientific manner. Some practitioners have to do things by trial and error or by process of elimination, which hardly qualifies itself as a 'science'. Essentially, you learn by doing, or by learning in a way usually attached…
My daughter's mother draws social security through here father she was disabled before 18 does she have to pay child support?
I know if you receive SSI or SSDI you have not paid enough into the Social Security fund to receive legitimate Social Security so therefore it cannot be garnished for child support. So if they were not gainfully employed long enough to accrue some social security they do not have to pay you support.
Can the father use a copy of the kids social security to get welfare benefit if The mother already get assistance?
No. Social Security income is considered a "protected class" and cannot be garnished. Most garnishments would be a result of a court order and not because of some private company got a wild hair. The IRS is the only exception to effecting a garnishment without benefit of a court order that I know of.