SSN Card Editable Psd Template

SSN Card Editable Psd Template

SSN Card Editable Psd Template, This is a USA social security Card editable template, you can edit this template and add up any information you want, like your SSN number/name/signature. after payment, all you need to do is to download the file using photoshop software to edit.

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Types of Social Security cards

Four different classifications of Social Security cards are issued. Such cards are issued by geographic location (SSN Area Number) to:

  1. persons of natural birth within the territorial boundaries of any one of the member States of the United States of America;
  2. persons who become U.S. citizens by oath, or birth within the exclusive legislative or territorial jurisdiction of the U.S. government;
  3. persons who become U.S. permanent residents;
  4. persons with certain restrictions.

There are two restricted types of Social Security cards:

  • One reads “not valid for employment.” Such cards cannot be used as proof of work authorization, and are not acceptable as a List C document on the I-9 form.
  • The other reads “valid for work only with DHS authorization”, or the older, “valid for work only with INS authorization.” These cards are issued to people who have temporary work authorization in the U.S from the Department of Homeland Security — the nation’s border agency. They can satisfy the I-9 requirement if they are accompanied by a work authorization card.

The cards commonly display the cardholder’s name and number.

In 2004 Congress passed The Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act; parts of which mandated that the Social Security Administration redesign the SSN card to prevent forgery. From April 2006 through August 2007, the SSA and Government Printing Office (GPO) employees were assigned to redesign the Social Security number card to the specifications of the Interagency Task Force created by the commissioner of Social Security in consultation with the secretary of Homeland Security.

The new SSN card design utilizes both covert and overt security features created by the SSA and GPO design teams.