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Welcome to NotYourSocialSecurity, your source for detailed information about the social security administration. Are you looking to find a local SSA office in Georgia?. Below you can search for a listing of social security offices in Georgia.
If you're looking for the closest social security office locations in Georgia with a specific zip code then you are in the right place. Using our social security office locator you can simply type in a zip code and we'll find the 3 closest office locations for you with the information you'll need like address, hours and directions to the agency office.
If you’ve lost your social security card, had it stolen, or damaged your card, it is very important that you get a social security card replacement in Georgia as quickly as possible. A social security card is required for getting a job, applying for loans as well as receiving government services like social security disability benefits or retirement benefits. On top of this if scammers were able to obtain your social security number (SSN) they could potentially target you for identity theft. Below are the steps for getting a replacement social security card in Georgia.
If you have legally changed your name you need to update your social security card. Some common situations where you would need to update your social security card in cases of marriage, divorce, after becoming a naturalized citizen or you have legally changed your name. When you have changed your name legally, even just your last name, it is important that your social security card is updated so that your future social security benefits from the SSA do not run into issues.
Below we have listed the basic steps to a social security card name change in Georgia:
Note:If your documents don’t provide adequate personal information or that your name change occurred more than 2 years ago you will also need to show one document, like a birth certificate, in your old name and a second with your new legal name. Check out our guide on the social security name change process for more details.