question about SSN issued late

Discussion in 'Business Forum' started by gringogigante, Sep 26, 2013.


  1. I was doing a background check on a guy that's wanting to work for me. I noticed that he was born in the 1960's but his SSN wasn't issued until 1981..... what would cause someone's SSN to be issued so late?

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  3. Maybe he didn't apply for one until he got his first job.

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  4. I would guess hippie parents that didn't believe he should have a ssn and he applied for one when he came of working age.


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  5. Big Bird

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    Why don't you ask him?
     
  6. Might just be normal. Back when I was born (50's ) you didn't get a ssn until you got a job that paid taxes. In the 80's I think it was the tax code changed and you needed a ssn for every dependent you claimed making it necessary to get a ssn when born.
     
  7. Paul53

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  8. John_

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    first tax recorded job or social security benefits initiated.
     
  9. Not surprising. I was born in 1965, my SSN was issued 1980. I needed it in order to get a drivers license.

    Today, I believe they are issued at birth.
     
    #8 vikingsoftpaw, Apr 19, 2014
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  10. Fred Hansen

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    As hard to believe as it may be, there once was a time when Americans weren't slaves from birth.
     
  11. A freaking MEN! I was born in the early 50s and did not get mine until my first "official" job in the mid 60s.
     
    #10 p.d., Apr 20, 2014
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  12. Was born in 63. I had one young. Maybe because I was adopted at a young age (13 months) from Rome then became a citizen at 5 years of age. May have been part of the requirements back then.
     
    #11 CHEF-LOU, Apr 20, 2014
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