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Can I upload a copy of my Social Security card as proof of U.S.citizenship?


No. Social Security cards are not accepted as proof of U.S. citizenship, per Board of Regents policy.

Please visit the Lawful Presence page of our website for a complete list of acceptable lawful presence documents.

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Article ID: 13
Category: Lawful Presence Verification
Date added: 2014-03-20 13:14:29
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