How to Change a Mailing Address with the Social Security Administration

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Individuals who receive Social Security payments must keep their mailing address current to prevent delays in receiving payment and correspondence. Each person in a household must change their address individually and may do so with the Social Security office online, by phone or in person.

Online

  • Gather necessary information, including your Social Security number, full name, former last name (if applicable), date and place of birth, mother's maiden name and the amount of your last Social Security payment.

  • Visit the Social Security administration website at ssa.gov.

  • Complete and submit the change of address form.

  • You will receive a confirmation letter by mail at your new address.

Telephone

  • Gather necessary information, including your Social Security number, full name, former last name (if applicable), date and place of birth, mother's maiden name and the amount of your last Social Security payment.

  • Call the Social Security Administration at 1-800-772-1213.

  • Answer the operator's questions to complete the change of address.

  • You will receive confirmation by mail at your new address.

In person

  • Find your local Social Security Administration office at ssa.gov or by checking local listings.

  • Gather appropriate identification, including proof of citizenship and proof of identity. Proof of citizenship may include a passport, birth certificate or citizenship or naturalization documents. Proof of identity may include a state driver's license or state ID card, passport, military ID or school or employee ID with a photo.

  • Visit the local Social Security Administration office to complete and submit a change of address form.

  • You will receive confirmation by mail at your new address.

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