Users' questions

What documents have Social Security number?

What documents have Social Security number?

The most common documentation for proof of SSN includes:

  • Social Security card.
  • 1040 Tax Return (federal or state versions acceptable)
  • W2 and/or 1099s (includes 1099 MISC, 1099G, 1099R, 1099SSA, 1099DIV, 1099S, 1099INT)

Do you get a new SS number when you get married?

You are not legally required to get a new Social Security card when you get married unless you change your name. If you decide to adopt your spouse’s last name or hyphenate your name, the Social Security Administration (SSA) says you must notify them so you can obtain a corrected card with your new name.

How do I get my spouse Social Security number?

How can I get it? A. Your local Social Security office should be able to help you. You should bring with you a non-expired ID, your birth certificate, your marriage certificate and proof of termination of the marriage, whether through divorce or death, Social Security said.

Do you have to have a Social Security number to get a marriage license?

Applicants are not required to have a U.S. Social Security number in order to obtain a marriage license. However, one of the marriage license forms requires the inclusion of one’s Social Security number OR the applicant’s signature on a declaration that they do not have a U.S. Social Security number.

Where can I find my marriage license number?

Access the County Clerk’s website for that county. Click the link that takes you to the public records database. Enter all of the information you may have about the marriage into the search fields, including the names of the bride and groom and their Social Security numbers.

Where can I Find my SSN maiden name?

For that you can log on to the website of the state government’s vital records and look for links to public records. Once you reach the link, you can enter the full name of the person, birth date and if possible the social security number and complete past history of the person will appear on the screen.

How can I find out where a wedding took place with my Social Security number?

If you have the Social Security number of either the bride or the groom, it makes the search much easier Determine the county where the marriage took place. Go to the County Clerk’s office during its public office hours. Explain to the office attendant that you want to the marriage records for a party.

Applicants are not required to have a U.S. Social Security number in order to obtain a marriage license. However, one of the marriage license forms requires the inclusion of one’s Social Security number OR the applicant’s signature on a declaration that they do not have a U.S. Social Security number.

How can I search for my marriage license?

Marriage license records may be searched using our online search feature. The fee is $.50 for a plain copy or $6.50 for a certified copy. In your written request, provide the bride and groom’s name along with the year the license was obtained.

How much is a certified copy of a marriage license?

Certified copies of your marriage license are $10 each. Check or cash will be accepted. Present the certified copy of your marriage license along with other required documentation to the Social Security Administration.

When do I need to get a marriage license?

Upon application for a marriage license, the emancipated minor must provide a certified copy of the court order of emancipation to the Public Service Division. Please note that the Public Service Division is reopening to the public on July 12, 2021.