The Social Security Administration Issues Guidance to Deferred Action Recipients on Obtaining a Social Security Number

The Social Security Administration has published a handout providing information to individuals granted deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) on the requirements and process for applying for a social security number.

Individuals who have been granted Deferred Action status and employment authorization by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) may be eligible for a Social Security number.  Recipients must visit a Social Security office in person to complete and sign an application for a Social Security number. Find your local office by clicking here. Remember, you must bring your USCIS-issued Employment Authorization Card (I-766) and proof of age and identity.

Visit the SSA to read the handout.

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