Audience:

DO/BO/TSC:
CR, CR TII, CR TXVI, DC, DRT, DT, FR, OA, OS, RR, SR
OCO-OIO-SHARE:
BA, CA, CATA, EIE, FCR
OEO:
DCCLCCS, DCCPA, DCCRC, DEAPA
PSC:
CRTA, CS, IES

TN 2 (06-04)

RM 00299.005 Form SSA-L669 Request for Evidence in Support of an SSN Application — U.S.-Born Applicant

A. Use of Form

Use this letter to request evidence (age, identity, and U.S. citizenship) from U.S.-born applicants for:

  • Original SSN

  • Replacement SSN cards

  • Change of name SSN cards, and

  • Corrections to information on a Social Security number record

U.S. born applicants include people born in one of the 50 States, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, Swain's Island and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

(See details: RM 10210.010 through RM 10210.020)

B. Preparation of Form

  1. Enter DO address, hours, and phone number.

  2. Enter applicant's mailing address.

  3. Check the appropriate block(s).

NOTE: This letter is also available in Spanish as SSA-L669-SP.

C. Other Actions

  1. If form SS-5 has already been received, return it with the letter. The applicant should then resubmit the SS-5 and evidence together.

  2. If letter is being sent as the result of a request for an SSN application, enclose a blank form SS-5.

D. Form SSA-L669 Social Security Request for Evidence in Support of an SSN Application – U.S. Born Applicant

To view this form, go to SSA-L669.


To Link to this section - Use this URL:
http://policy.ssa.gov/poms.nsf/lnx/0100299005
RM 00299.005 - Form SSA-L669 Request for Evidence in Support of an SSN Application -- U.S.-Born Applicant - 08/02/2012
Batch run: 08/02/2012
Rev:08/02/2012