Social Security

Social Security is a commitment to the dignity and retirement security of our country’s seniors. For the past 77 years, it has been one of our nation’s most successful programs. I am committed to protecting Social Security, ensuring that the program is preserved for current beneficiaries as well as for future generation.  

 

How do I apply for Social Security benefits? 

General information about Social Security issues can be found on the Social Security Administration’s website. The Social Security Administration website also has information on preparing for your retirement and estimating your future retirement benefits.

You can apply for Social Security retirement and disability benefits online. You can also receive an application and assistance by contacting your local Social Security office.  Your local office can be found using the Social Security Office Locator.
 

What do I do if I need a new, duplicate, or corrected Social Security card?

The application for a Social Security card can be found here
 

How can Congresswoman Titus help? 

My office can make an inquiry to check on the status of your Social Security claim.  Additionally, if you are dissatisfied with a decision made by the Social Security Administration, the office can help you understand your options, determine the reason for the denial, and seek an appropriate review of your case.  It is important to note that the Social Security Administration has the sole authority to make decisions regarding the various program.
 
For additional information or assistance please contact my office.