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4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
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Social Security Number

A Social Security Number (SSN) is a unique nine-digit number assigned to U.S. citizens and certain non-citizens. The Social Security Administration (SSA) issues SSNs to eligible individuals. 

Expat Overseas can help you understand when a SSN is needed and how to get one. 

When Do I Need a Social Security Number?

A SSN is required for a variety of reasons, including

  • Opening a bank account
  • Applying for a loan
  • Apply for a job
  • Receiving Social Security benefits
  • Filing taxes,
  • Applying for benefits such as Medicare and Medicaid.

If you are a non-U.S. citizen, you may not be eligible for an SSN. However, you may be able to get an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Expats Overseas

Expats Overseas has a large network of CPAs with the necessary qualifications, experience, and cost-effective services. Contact us for a free and no-obligation discussion of your options.

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