Re: Social Security question #general


s_wiener@...
 

Dear Mimi & fellow genners,

A review of the JewishGen info file [mentioned below] when compaired against the
Social Security Online Number Allocations web-page [also below] reveals that the
JewishGen file is out of date.

Both my California-born sons have numbers that begin with '6', which according to
JewishGen is part of the unassigned number range. >from the Number Allocation site
it appears that numbers beginning as high as 765 [Arizona] are currently in use.

Several states now have two or three different ranges assigned to them. For
instance North Carolina has 232[shared with WVa], 237-246 and 681-690.

Until the table is updated in the JewishGen info files, I guess the Social
Security web-page is the best resource.

Shellie Wiener
San Francisco, CA
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On Mon, 03 Mar 2008 "phylliskramer1"
<phylliskramer1@...> wrote:

Mimi Katz asked about social security ..how to
determine which state issued it based on the
first three numbers of the social security
number.

Bernard Kouchel wrote a JewishGen infofile on
social security...
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/us-ssa.txt in
it is the list of states issuing the numbers.
362-386 Michigan
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On Mon, 03 Mar 2008 "David Oseas"
<doseas@...> wrote:

Social Security Number Allocation page:
http://www.socialsecurity.gov/employer/stateweb.htm

393 = Wisconsin.

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