Can I get my birth certificate without an ID?

Can I get my birth certificate without an ID?

Find the vital records office in your state of birth or visit Vital Records Online to begin the process there. Some states allow you to apply for a replacement birth certificate without identification. You can typically request this without photo ID either at your local vital records office or on Vital Records Online.

How do I get a certified copy of my US birth certificate?

Birth Certificate Copies: Born in the U.S. Contact the vital records office in the state or territory where you were born to get a copy of your birth certificate. Follow the instructions for requesting copies and paying fees. If you need a copy fast, ask about expedited service or shipping when you place your order.

How can I get my child’s Social Security number?

This process requires you to do three things:

  1. Complete Form SS-5 (Application for Social Security Number) and provide both parents’ Social Security numbers on the form.
  2. Provide at least two documents proving your baby’s age, identity, and citizenship status.
  3. Provide proof of your own identity.

Can I use my w2 as proof of Social Security?

You can prove your SSN with one of the following documents that shows your asserted legal name. (Name change documents are not acceptable.) W-2 Form with full SSN (including W-2C, W-2G, etc.) Non-SSA 1099 Form with full SSN (including 1099-DIV, 1099-MISC, etc.)

How can I get a Social Security card without a birth certificate?

You can’t. A birth certificate is not identification it is only proof of birth you must bring something else in such as a letter from your doctor on his letterhead with his signature your name and your date of birth that is probably the best way to get a Social Security card if you have no other ID

Does the Social Security Administration accept evidence to establish birth?

In a word, yes. The SSA has two types of evidence that it will accept to establish birth: “preferred” evidence and “other” evidence. 20 CFR 404.716 is the federal regulation that pertains to these types of evidence.

Do I need a birth certificate to fill out an I-9?

No, because at some point you will need to confirm the social security number for tax purposes. Every I-9 has a list of what documents they will accept, but you have to pay taxes, so you need that card. The birth certificate is proof of citizenship but does not prove what your social security number is.

How do I get a Social Security number for my Baby?

Getting a Social Security number for your newborn is voluntary. But, getting a number when your child is born is a good idea. How do I apply? At the hospital : When you give information for your baby’s birth certificate, you’ll be asked whether you want to apply for a Social Security number for your baby.