Find 20191 Social Security offices. Social Security offices provide information on social security eligibility, applications, statements, name changes, card replacements, SSDI, disability, benefits, and identity fraud & theft.
Fairfax Social Security Office 11212 Waples Mill Road Fairfax VA 22030 5.3 miles from 20191
Manassas Social Security Office 9500 Center Street Manassas VA 20110 14.4 miles from 20191
Alexandria Social Security Office 6295 Edsall Road Alexandria VA 22312 14.5 miles from 20191
Rockville Social Security Office 315 North Washington Street Rockville MD 20850 15.1 miles from 20191
Arlington Social Security Office 1401 Wilson Boulevard Arlington VA 22209 15.2 miles from 20191
Silver Spring Social Security Office 11006 Veirs Mill Road Silver Spring MD 20902 17.5 miles from 20191
Washington Social Security Office 2041 Martin Luther King Junior Avenue Southeast Washington DC 20020 20.0 miles from 20191
Seabrook Social Security Office 7401 Forbes Boulevard Lanham MD 20706 28.5 miles from 20191
Columbia Social Security Office 8865 Stanford Boulevard Columbia MD 21045 33.7 miles from 20191
Glen Burnie Social Security Office 337 Hospital Drive Glen Burnie MD 21061 41.2 miles from 20191
Baltimore Social Security Office 3431 Benson Avenue Halethorpe MD 21227 43.0 miles from 20191
Owings Mills Social Security Office 5 Park Center Court Owings Mills MD 21117 45.3 miles from 20191
Baltimore Social Security Office 6722 Reisterstown Road Baltimore MD 21215 45.3 miles from 20191
Baltimore Social Security Office 711 West 40th Street Baltimore MD 21211 47.6 miles from 20191
Once a complete application is submitted, the application is processed and benefit can begin to be paid in approximately six weeks. However, inaccurate or incomplete applications can extend the processing time significantly. During periods of heavy volume of applications, the process can take longer.
Social Security programs are funded through payroll taxes. The payroll taxes are shared by the employee and the employer with both paying one half of the tax. Self-employed workers pay the full payroll tax because they are considered to be both employee and employer.
Yes, virtually all of the services offered at field offices can be accessed or initiated using the Social Security Administration's online system. Applications for benefits and some other services may require that documentation be provided after the online application process has been initiated.