Social Security

The Social Security Administration has the responsibility of enrolling people who are turning 65 into Medicare and for collecting Medicare premiums. For any other information about Medicare, please try the official web page or the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services site.

If you have questions not answered on the Social Security Administration web page, please contact the agency at 1-800-772-1213 or visit your local Social Security Administration office.

To make an inquiry concerning the status of a claim filed with the Social Security Administration, non-receipt of benefit payments, or other problems with the Social Security Administration, my office must have permission from the constituent in the form of a signed Privacy Act Release Form from the constituent, or the Representative Payee on their Social Security record.

Your Contact Information
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Case Details
Social Security No. format: XXX-XX-XXXX
Medicare Beneficiary Identifier format: XXXX-XXX-XXXX

Your Request
Please describe the problem in as much detail as necessary.

* The SSA recognizes Representative Payee but does not recognize Power of Attorney.

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Once you have reviewed your information, press the Print Privacy Release Form button. This will generate a PDF containing all of the information you have entered as well as a privacy release form. Please print the form, sign and date the last page, and return the form in its entirety to the Senator's office by fax or mail.

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Once we have received your signed authorization, my staff will begin assessing how we can help. Please allow up to 30 days from the day we receive your release for my office to contact you. Thank you.