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When will Social Security reopen to the public?

The Social Security Administration (SSA) has not called employees back to their offices en masse, nor has the agency indicated when it might do so.  Although other agencies have released their reopening plans, neither employees nor the unions that represent the SSA workforce have seen any kind of “reopening plan” from the agency, though they acknowledged it didn’t mean SSA doesn’t have one.  The agency states that all Social Security facilities remain restricted to very limited, authorized personnel performing non-portable mission critical work.” Read their article here…

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  1. I need a replacement social security card. I am not comfortable with mailing in my drivers license and birth certificate. I understand the website states they will be returned in about two weeks. The point is, other than the potential for loss is high, if I drive my car and do not have my license on me I am breaking the law. Can the SSA use modern technology to verify some info? Can your offices conduct video meetings etc. Something has to give….. Please help, I need my replacement SSCard but don’t want to break the law doing so.

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