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How to Replace a Social Security Card in Las Vegas NV

Welcome to NotYourSocialSecurity, where you will find the whole process to get a new Social Security Card in Las Vegas NV.

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Having a social security card is required for:
  • Obtaining Employment
  • Opening a bank account
  • Collecting Social Security Benefits
Do not carry your card with you. Keep it in a safe place with your other important papers.

Step 1 - Complete your SS-5 Application

The first step in applying for a replacement or new social security card in Las Vegas NV is the required SS-5 Application form. This can be completed online in a process where you provide basic information such as: names, date of birth, address etc.
Complete your SS-5 Application Online

Step 2 - Gather all the required documents for the application

Determine the documents you need to apply for your new Social Security Card. The specific documents needed will depend on a variety of factors such as:
  • Applicants Age
  • Application Type (New, Replacement, Update)
  • Citizenship Status
For example, a U.S. Born Citizen adult who wants to replace his Social Security Card wont have the same required documents that a Non-Citizen child who needs an original one.
Note : All documents submitted must be either originals or copies certified by the issuing agency. Photocopies or notarized copies of documents won’t be accepted.
Complete an Online Application to Determine your Required Documents

Step 3 - Submit your application to your Social Security Office

Once you have completed an SS-5 and gathered your required documents you’ll need to provide them to your local Social Security Administration Office. This can be done in 2 forms: In Person or by Mail. Regardless of the method of submitting your information it will take 10-14 days to receive a new or replacement social security card in Las Vegas NV.
*Note: For non US Citizens the timeframe for receiving a card can be longer.
For a simplified application process for all 3 of the above steps click here
Note: If you are doing this application on behalf another person, you will have to prove your links and responsibilities to this person.
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