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    Senior Member rosarugosa's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by frugal-one View Post
    They made a COPY of the card and laminated that. The original can still be written on for future, if needed.

    I also made a digital copy but like having a physical copy.
    Oh cool, that sounds good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frugal-one View Post
    They made a COPY of the card and laminated that. The original can still be written on for future, if needed.
    When I applied for my RealID driver's license, my laminated Social Security card was not accepted a ID because it... was laminated. It made a second trip to the licensing office necessary. Yay. Picture of my vaccine card (both sides) on my phone and we're good to go.

    Curiously, when my neighbor passed away recently, pretty much everyone (Social Security Administration, VA, insurance companies, etc.) seemed to be just fine with his laminated Social Security card....
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveinMN View Post
    When I applied for my RealID driver's license, my laminated Social Security card was not accepted a ID because it... was laminated. It made a second trip to the licensing office necessary. Yay. Picture of my vaccine card (both sides) on my phone and we're good to go.

    Curiously, when my neighbor passed away recently, pretty much everyone (Social Security Administration, VA, insurance companies, etc.) seemed to be just fine with his laminated Social Security card....
    I know that for purposes of completing an I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification Form, required of all US employees, a laminated copy of SS card was not acceptable and as you said above, the same was true for a RealID. That has made me leery of laminating any important documents.

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    My social security card was covered with clear contact paper in 1985 when I got it. No one has ever rejected it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tradd View Post
    My social security card was covered with clear contact paper in 1985 when I got it. No one has ever rejected it.
    That just means that someone didn't follow the rules if you used it as supporting documentation for your I-9 form upon being hired.

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