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cam72
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Re: Chase has me jumping through an impossible hoop

Social Security cards are pretty easy to replace. Take about 10 days once you file the paper at the Satellite office. I believe they only let your replace it 10 times. I do not know what happens when its the 11th time. I had to replace mine recently because I am going to get a passport soon.

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Re: Chase has me jumping through an impossible hoop


cam72 wrote:
Social Security cards are pretty easy to replace. Take about 10 days once you file the paper at the Satellite office. I believe they only let your replace it 10 times. I do not know what happens when its the 11th time. I had to replace mine recently because I am going to get a passport soon.

Submission of a SSN number is required for a passport application. A SS card is almost worthless. It is not proof of citizenship and is also nof standalone proof of ID. An original, certified birth certificate and a in-state DL will do. The SS card is only acceptable as an "additonal ID document" which is only required in special circumstances. Details here:

 

     http://travel.state.gov/passport/get/first/first_830.html

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lydiadietz wrote:
Thanks for the advice everyone. I guess I'm going out to Brooklyn at the crack of dawn on Monday to see about a replacement. I think I'm mostly baffled that they wouldn't accept a tax doc in place of the SS card since it would have SS#, address, AND income. Weirdos.

Don't go Monday...you'll be in an empty lot!  It's Columbus day!

 

I can't believe I still have my original SS Card...from when I was 13!  (now 51! )  I also have my original birth cert.  Complete with, in my brother's handwriting, the phone # for "Rocky's Cycle Shop" in Flint MI on the back!  :smileyvery-happy:



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Re: Chase has me jumping through an impossible hoop

I have my original card, too, Mo! I was younger than you were when it was issued (maybe 10 or so) and am older than you now. My card is ancient! (It is nearing 50 years old I think.)
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creditwherecreditisdue wrote:
I have my original card, too, Mo! I was younger than you were when it was issued (maybe 10 or so) and am older than you now. My card is ancient! (It is nearing 50 years old I think.)

I have to laugh at my sig....typical teenaged girl sig!  hahahaha  Lots of swoopy curly q's & such.....



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cam72
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Re: Chase has me jumping through an impossible hoop

Actually, I needed the Social Security Card to get a cerified copy of my Birth certificate.

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Re: Chase has me jumping through an impossible hoop

You can order an official birth certificate online at:

 

     http://www.vitalchek.com/

 

I have used them and they are very good!

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creditwherecreditisdue wrote:

You can order an official birth certificate online at:

 

     http://www.vitalchek.com/

 

I have used them and they are very good!


Yes, my wife and I have both ordered birth certificates from Vital Check; we learned about it because the official web site for one of the two States in question named Vital Check as their recommended place to get official copies of their records.

 

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Re: Chase has me jumping through an impossible hoop


BungalowMo wrote:

lydiadietz wrote:
Thanks for the advice everyone. I guess I'm going out to Brooklyn at the crack of dawn on Monday to see about a replacement. I think I'm mostly baffled that they wouldn't accept a tax doc in place of the SS card since it would have SS#, address, AND income. Weirdos.

Don't go Monday...you'll be in an empty lot!  It's Columbus day!

 

I can't believe I still have my original SS Card...from when I was 13!  (now 51! )  I also have my original birth cert.  Complete with, in my brother's handwriting, the phone # for "Rocky's Cycle Shop" in Flint MI on the back!  :smileyvery-happy:


Right! Don't go Monday.  We have the day off.  :smileywink:


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