When: October 14, 2014, 2-2:30 PM EDT
In December 2013, the Social Security Administration (SSA) announced that as of February 2014 it would no longer provide Social Security number (SSN) printouts or benefit verification letters to individuals requesting these documents in their local offices. Since making that announcement, SSA changed its position several times about whether SSN printouts and benefit verification letters would still be provided and under what circumstances.
Ultimately, SSA announced in July 2014 that it would no longer provide SSN printouts as of August 1, but would continue to provide benefit verification letters. These shifting messages from SSA resulted in confusion – we covered the most up-to-date information about changes to these services, and clarified what you should expect from SSA. Join us for this webinar for national, state and local advocates, to be hosted jointly by the National Senior Citizens Law Center and the CCD Social Security Task Force.
Kate Lang, National Senior Citizens Law Center
TJ Sutcliffe, The Arc