Social Security & Federal Benefits Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

If your question is not covered by our webpages or these FAQs please get in touch  using our online form (please also take note of our privacy policy).

 

No.

If you reside in Belgium or Luxembourg, please send your inquiry to the Federal Benefits Unit in Dublin, Ireland.

A list of worldwide websites for U.S. Embassies, Missions and Consulates is maintained by the U.S. Department of State at www.usembassy.gov

Please use that site to find the website of your closest U.S. Embassy or Consulate’s and check their postal address.

You may contact us in a variety of ways – see Contacting the London Federal Benefits Unit

The most efficient way is by using our online form ; please also take note of our privacy policy.

 

If you need to apply for a new or replacement U.S. Social Security Number (SSN) for yourself or a child, please follow the relevant option on our Social Security Number page.

Yes.  Please note this is a very busy service and calls are answered in-order.  The telephone service is unavailable on the last every Thursday of every month for internal training purposes.
For our UK and International telephone numbers please see Contacting the London Federal Benefits Unit.