Additionally, these cards can be used as indetification for other purposes as any SS card would be. Following are the three types of cards presently available.
The first type of card shows the individual's name and Social Security number (SSN) only. This is the card most people have and reflects the fact the card holder can work in the United States without restriction. SS issues this card to:
U.S. citizens; or
Noncitizens lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence and noncitizens with DHS permission to work permanently in the United States (e.g., refugees and asylees).
The second type of card bears, in addition to the individual's name and SSN, the legend: NOT VALID FOR EMPLOYMENT. SS issues this card to lawful noncitizens who do not have DHS permission to work, but are required by law to provide a SSN to get general assistance benefits they already qualified for.
The third type of card bears, in addition to the individual's name and SSN, the legend VALID FOR WORK ONLY WITH DHS AUTHORIZATION. They issue this card to people with DHS permission to work temporarily in the United States.
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