I'm not giving out numbers, but I do have a question about them.
I was born in Florida, so my social starts with a different number than those from other states. My sisters and brother, my husband and my daughter were all born in Texas, and all start with the same numbers. My son, however, also born in Texas, doesn't start with the same as everyone else I know born in Texas. His starts with the same numbers as Tennessee. Should I worry about this? Do I need to call the SS Department and figure out what's going on? His birth certificate says Texas. Everything is correct on that part. I'm just wondering if maybe someone typed just a letter 'T' and hit enter in their computer. Doing that, TN comes up before TX and I wonder if it's going to cause problems..
What should I do?
**Edit:** I've been looking into how they assign numbers, and it's by mailing address. But since I haven't moved, his should match his sister's first two numbers... I'm on hold now and am working on getting more information about it.
I called and talked to them. my They told me that my son's number is fine. They also told me that as of recently, they no longer allocate SS numbers with specific states. So this was just me overthinkin' it!