How soon must I contact the Social Security Administration (SSA) regarding my SSA Tentative Nonconfirmation and what documentation should I take with me when I visit SSA?
You must visit your local SSA field office within eight federal government workdays of the date of referral to resolve the issue with SSA. Only SSA field offices that handle enumeration cases can process E-Verify cases. To locate an SSA field office that handles enumeration cases, visit SSA's website at www.socialsecurity.gov or call SSA at 800-772-1213.
You must bring the referral letter with you to your SSA meeting, as well as original documentation that includes your name, age, Social Security number, citizenship status, and date of naturalization (if applicable).
After my Social Security Administration (SSA) visit, do I need to take any information back to my employer?
No, your employer may not ask you to obtain a printout from SSA records or other written verification of your Social Security number from SSA.
Do Social Security Administration (SSA) Tentative Nonconfirmation (TNC) cases always get resolved in eight federal government workdays or less?
No, it may take longer than eight federal government workdays for SSA to resolve a TNC. However, employees must visit the SSA field office within eight federal government workdays.
How soon must I contact the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) regarding my DHS Tentative Nonconfirmation (TNC), and what documentation should I take with me to DHS?
You must call DHS at 888-897-7781 within eight federal government workdays of the date of referral to resolve your case. You should have your referral letter and your case verification number available. You may be asked to provide information about your immigration status, including dates when your status may have changed.
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