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Posted almost 4 years ago.

On the notation of the employer having all of my other information, regardless who it is to, isn't it illegal for them to give my ssn to anyone without my consent?

David Dean Fussell
David Dean Fussell, Criminal Defense Attorney - Orlando, FL
Posted almost 4 years ago.

Law enforcement does not have to have your social security number to refer the case to the State Attorney. While they would like to have it, a warrant can be issued with as little as your name, sex, and d.o.b. If you wish to inquire about the law concerning disclosure of your S.S.N. you should hire counsel.