Social Security Replacement Cards via the Internet

April 30, 2014

According to Social Security blogger Charles Hall, the Social Security Administration recently posted a contacting notice which states in part:

 

SSA is developing an Internet-based Social Security Number (SSN) Replacement Card (iSSNRC) application to improve service to the public.

 iSSNRC will allow U.S. citizens who meet certain criteria to request replacement SSN cards online by completing an application and providing data from their U.S. State-issued drivers’ licenses (DL) or U.S. State-issued identification (ID) cards as evidence of identity. SSA then needs to electronically verify that the DL or State ID card information entered matches the data on the issuing State’s database for the document being verified

 

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