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Originally posted by cavscout
it is my understanding, and I may be wrong, that the only time you can ever be legaly required to give your SSN for anything (private orgs. can always request it) is on a tax form or when getting a job.
have to go to work, more later.
Originally posted by Jemison
After giving birth to my first child I was not allowed to leave the hospital without filling out paperwork for my newborns social security card!
Do newborns need SS numbers so that they can be covered under Insurance? Is it so that it's easier to start an investment account for them? What's the deal? Oh, and why is it that the school system requires a childs SS number be on file in addition to having a copy of the childs birth certificate? If it is a citizenship issue the birth certificate should suffice.