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"My son DOES have a SS card, but he was not required to bring it according to the dot.wisconsin.gov website. He was only required to write his SS# on the ID application (which he did). He also had a valid U.S. passport along for "proof of identity." The clerk was mistaken for asking for the SS card, as it's NOT required according to their official list of necessary documents. A SS card doesn't list a person's address, so cannot be used as proof of residency."
"My Social Security Card specifically state that it is "NOT FOR IDENTIFICATION" (I used all capitals because that is how it is printed on my card). Also, as you pointed out, the requirement is Social Security Number, not card. As to the fee, It would be easy enough for the state to create a new form, like they created a new law, that is for Voter ID and had no potential for mistaken fee collection. The purpose of these laws are to disenfranchise voters."