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 Is it against the law to not have a social security number?

Answer It is not inherently illegal to be without a Social Security number (SSN). To be lawfully employed, however, you do need a legitimate SSN issued by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The SSA... Read More »
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Do you have to have a social security number to purchase property in the United States?

You do not need a social security number to buy property in the U.S., according to U.S. Immigration Support. The organization states you can use an individual tax identification number (ITIN) to b... Read More »
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Does the beneficiary of a term life policy have to have a Social Security number?

If your desired life insurance beneficiary is an individual, then they must have a Social Security number to be registered as the beneficiary. Organizations can be designated as beneficiaries as we... Read More »
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Are U.S. citizens required by law to have a Social Security number?

There is no law that says you have to have a Social Security number. United States citizens who intend to work in the United States must have one, though. You also need a Social Security number to ... Read More »
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Do you have to give a landlord a Social Security number?

No, but keep in mind that landlords have the right to require that tenants submit to their screening process. This may include a background screening and credit check. The landlord will need your S... Read More »
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