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I am curious as to who is telling you this information. I am surprised if it is coming from the Social Security Administration. Ifit was a clerk at the SSA ask to speak to a supervisor.
The Social Security Administration accepts the following documents as proof of identification and do not have an issue sorting out your formal name from the name that you go by as long as you have the documentation to support that you are who you sya you are. The Social Security Administration accepts the following forms of identification documentation:
U.S. driver's license;
State-issued non-driver identification card; or
They also accept:
- Employee identification card;
- School identification card;
- Health insurance card (not a Medicare card); or
- U.S. military identification card.
All documents must be current and include a Photograph on the card.
So if your SS Card is in the name of Lisa and you have a Driver's License and a Passport (Or other combination of two current photo Id's with your name as Lisa, and your work history is in the name of Lisa, you should have no issues.
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