I don't trust my mom having my ssn and I want to change everything, my name and ssn.
Yes, you can change your SSN. However, it can only be done in limited circumstances. You can apply for a new number for free, so if you want to try you can do so on your own. According to the FTC's consumer protection website:
"The SSA may assign a new Social Security number to you if you are being harassed, abused, or are in grave danger when using the original number, or if you can prove that someone has stolen your number and is using it. You must provide evidence that the number is being misused, and that the misuse is causing you significant continuing harm."
See the link here for more information: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0248-do-you-need-new-social-security-number
This information is given for legal education only. It may not work for your specific situation. It is not legal advice, and I am not your lawyer. You have to find your own local lawyer to get legal advice and help with your problem.
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