Social Security Administration Contacts Customer Service Contacts

The Social Security Administration provides general welfare, such as continuing income, disability coverage and medical benefits, to workers after retirement.

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This guide on how to solve a customer service problem will help you resolve most problems with the company. You can also refer to the executive contacts below or contact our advocacy team directly.

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Social Security Administration’s mailing address

6401 Security Boulevard
Baltimore, MD 21235
www.ssa.gov

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Social Security Administration’s executive customer service contacts

Primary Contact
Nancy Berryhill
Senior Advisor to the Commissioner
6401 Security Boulevard
Baltimore, MD 21235
nancy.berryhill@ssa.gov
410-965-2982

Secondary Contact
Scott Frey
Chief of Staff
6401 Security Boulevard
Baltimore, MD 21235
scott.frey@ssa.gov
410-965-2982

Chief Executive
Kilolo Kijakazi
Commissioner (acting)
6401 Security Boulevard
Baltimore, MD 21235
kilolo.kijakazi@ssa.gov
(410) 965-3120

Frequently asked questions about Social Security Administration Contacts

How do I call US Social Security from abroad?

You can call the US Social Security Administration (SSA) from abroad by dialing +1-410-965-0160. This is not a toll-free number, so international calling rates will apply.

Can you go to your local Social Security office without an appointment?

While some Social Security offices accept walk-ins, it is generally recommended to schedule an appointment to ensure you are seen in a timely manner and to avoid long wait times.

Can a U.S. citizen live abroad and still collect Social Security?

Yes, a U.S. citizen can live abroad and still collect Social Security benefits. However, there are certain countries where the SSA cannot send payments. It’s important to check with the SSA for any restrictions or requirements based on the country of residence.

What happens to my Social Security if I leave the U.S.?

If you leave the U.S., you can still receive your Social Security benefits as long as you are eligible and reside in a country where the SSA can send payments. You must report your change of address to the SSA.

Is my SSN valid after I leave the U.S.?

Yes, your Social Security Number (SSN) remains valid even if you leave the U.S. You should keep your SSN card in a safe place, as you may need it for various purposes in the future.

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