Expert Info

Posted by SomeoneLikeU
on 21 Feb 2018
Hi.
Recently, I took the American Citizenship from my father. I'm over 18 years old, always lived outside the US, and planning to move within two months to the US.
So, I need to obtain my Social Security number. I learned that I have to show them documents to proof that I have not lived in the US. Do these documents must be apostilled and/or translated into English? Do they have to be translated by a sworn translator?
Daniela de Castro on 1 Mar 2018 - 13:36

Hi there

 

Have you tried contacting your local US Embassy to ask about these documents? They may be able to suggest alternate documentation that you could use in place of those you have.

The government Social Security website has a checklist of everything you need and a link to ask questions. Expat Arrivals also has a helpful guide for getting a Social Security number.

What language is your documentation in? If it is a language which is used frequently in the US it is likely that the embassy will have translators available to look at the documents. 

- Daniela

Expat Health Insurance

Cigna Health Insurance -

Cigna Global

For anyone starting a new life abroad, ensuring access to good quality healthcare is essential. Cigna Global are specialists in providing international health plans for expats, ensuring you have access to quality care and support whenever you need it. Cigna’s health plans can be tailored exactly to meet the individual needs of you and your family.

Get a quote from Cigna Global

Moving Companies

Sirelo logo

Moving Internationally?

Sirelo has a network of more than 500 international removal companies that can move your furniture and possessions to your new home. By filling in a form, you’ll get up to 5 quotes from recommended movers. This service is free of charge and will help you select an international moving company that suits your needs and budget.

Get your free no-obligation quotes now!