How can I get a copy of my Social Security card if I lost it?

If you have questions or need help understanding how to request your replacement Social Security card online, call our toll-free number at 1-800-772-1213 or visit your Social Security office.

How long does it take to get a replacement Social Security card?

The fastest way to replace your Social Security card is to request a new one online. You can also visit a local SSA office in your area. According to the SSA website, it typically takes 10 to 14 business days to receive your new card once your application has been processed.

What should I do if I lost my Social Security card?

If your Social Security card or number (SSN) is lost or stolen, you should immediately contact your local police department and the Social Security Administration (call toll-free 1-800-772-1213) to let them know about the incident.

Can you pull up your Social Security card online?

You can request a replacement Social Security card online if you: Are a U.S. citizen age 18 or older. … Have a U.S. mailing address (this includes APO, FPO, and DPO addresses).

How much does it cost to replace Social Security card?

There is no cost for a new or replacement Social Security card. However, there are some groups of people who are not eligible to replace a Social Security card using a my Social Security account.

What documents do I need to replace my Social Security card?

To Obtain a New Social Security Number and Card you will need to provide at least two documents to prove age, identity, and U.S. citizenship or current immigration status. To Obtain a Replacement Card, if lost or stolen, you must prove your identity and U.S. citizenship.

How do I check to see if someone is using my Social Security number?

To check to see if someone is using your SSN, consider checking your credit report. You can do this online through AnnualCreditReport.com, the only authorized website for free credit reports. You can also use the Annual Credit Report phone number (1-877-322-8228) to request your credit report.