Back in the 80s, when I was around 15. I started to think about getting a job. So, at the time, I didn't have a Social Security number, not like
today, when my daughter was born, she was issued a SS # right away.
So, I fill out the paperwork and a few weeks later I get my card in the mail. Well, me being a dumb kid, I lose the card about a month later. I never
So at around age 16, I got into some trouble and I was arrested for shoplifting. My dad was pissed. He made me go find a job as punishment for the
I don't have a SS card, because I lost it. So, I go down to get it replaced. I told the teller that I had lost it, and she just asked me questions and
I may have signed some paperwork, it's been 30 years. It's kind of hard to remember details.
About 2 weeks later I received my new SS card.
With a totally different SS#. Another thing that is different is that my name is spelled with my nickname. It's not my legal name.
I must have filled out my paperwork with my nickname out of habit.
For example..let's say my name legally, by birth is Roberto Napoleon Smith. That's the name that was on my original SS card. But since i probably
said or filled out as Bobby Napoleon Smith, I now have a new number.
My question is, is my original SS Card still valid? And I thought we were assigned only one #?
Anyone else have a similar story?
edit on 31-7-2016 by galaga because: (no reason given)