A social security address trace will determine if your applicant's social security number is an official one used by the U.S. Government. This screen may also indicate the state and approximate year where and when the number would have been issued. It is not an official confirmation that the applicant's listed social security number is their official number. It also is not an official review of Government records, except for the Death Index, which is included.
The social security address trace can also find data from numerous other sources in order to obtain past addresses.These sources include utilities, magazine subscriptions, old credit headers, and so on. Private sources assemble and maintain these records. Because the records can have information that is incorrect or incomplete, or belongs to another person, we can not completely verify this sort of information. The existence of other names or addresses on a social security trace does not necessarily mean your candidate is a victim of identity theft. This search cannot be used by itself as the basis to make an employment decision.
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