What state SSN starts with 359?

Illinois SSNs by Year

Social Security Number First Year Issued Last Year Issued
359-01-#### 1936 1950
359-02-#### 2004 2006
359-03-#### 1936 1950
359-04-#### 2006 2008

How can I verify my SSN?

How to Verify Social Security Numbers

  1. Step 1: Provide Identifying Information to the SSA.
  2. Step 2: Register to Use SSNVS.
  3. Step 3: Request Access to SSNVS.
  4. Step 4: Activate Access and Log On to SSNVS.
  5. Step 5: Use SSNVS to Verify SSNs.
  6. Step 6: Evaluate the Results.
  7. Step 7: Maintain SSNVS Registration Information.

Can a social security number start with 888?

SSA will begin assigning SSNs in previously unused numeric ranges, including the range beginning with “8”. This change at SSA will impact Federal Student Aid’s process for assigning pseudo SSNs beginning with “888” to students from the Pacific Islands.

Does your SSN tell your age?

The Serial Number, itself, doesn’t say anything about your location or age that the Group Number and Area Number don’t already say, although since they are assigned consecutively, they could potentially reveal your relative age within a Group and an Area.

Can I view a copy of my Social Security card online?

You can request a replacement Social Security card online if you: Are a U.S. citizen age 18 or older. Have a driver’s license or state-issued identification card from one of the participating states or the District of Columbia (to see if your state participates, go to www.ssa.gov/ssnumber).

Are there 8 digit SSN?

Since 1972 SSNs have been issued centrally and the area number in SSNs assigned since 1972 corresponds to the residence location of the applicant as indicated on the application for the SSN. An area number in the 800 series is bogus, so any SSN beginning with an “8” is invalid. An area number of “000” is also invalid.

How many SSN have been issued?

A: Social Security numbers were first issued in November 1936. To date, 453.7 million different numbers have been issued.

What was the first SSN?

This particular record, (055-09-0001) belonged to John D. Sweeney, Jr., age 23, of New Rochelle, New York. The next day, newspapers around the country announced that Sweeney had been issued the first SSN.