While packing, try to keep your belongings as light as possible to reduce the amount of tension on your back. The last thing that you will want is to have to transport heavy bags from one place to another with items that you do not need. Stay practical to optimize your traveling experience.
Now you can focus on your personal identifications. If you carry your social security card replacement in your wallet, you will need to contact the Social Security Administration through their fraud line at 1-800-269-0271. You should also contact your Motor Vehicles Bureau about your driver’s license. Make sure that you ask what documentation you will need to bring with you to have new identifications issued. Chances are that you will need to dig out your birth certificate. If you carry workplace identifications or security clearance cards, make sure that you notify your employer.
Keeping your card in a secure place like a lock box is important as well; many times information like that is stolen form your home and later used for identity theft by burglars.
Here’s the bad news: no individual can protect his or herself from identity theft 100%, even if he or she is covered by an identity theft company. But don’t let that get you down of course the good news is that you can significantly reduce the risk of getting social security card replacement victimized if you act immediately as soon as you realize that your personal information has been compromised.
There was another family in the trailer park that had a problem son who ran away a lot and there was a lot of talk about how hard it was to keep young boys at home. I was still 15 when we moved again back to my hometown of Providence, Kentucky. I was working at a drive-in movie theater at night, cutting school in the day time and always on the edge of getting into trouble. The owner of the theater rented our three story home in Providence and we lived in the trailer parked behind the house. My younger sister was getting older and the trailer was getting crowded, so I was given the basement of the house for my bed room.
Keep credit cards that you don’t use often at home. Unless you are headed out to make a purchase with that emergency credit card, there’s no need to take it with you. Instead, leave it behind in a safe place. That way it will still be available in case of the emergency of you having your wallet lost or stolen.
In order to be eligible for your passport, you must have two photo IDs of yourself. You simply need to take one full frontal picture of yourself, and print it out two times. Keep in mind that the photo must be exactly two inches on all its sides, and the paper that the picture is printed on needs to be able to withstand two hundred and twenty five degrees Fahrenheit.
I found two claims in my husband’s name lying unclaimed for over 6 years. Each accounted for over $100. They were state tax refunds that he had forgotten to cash when he was a graduate student. The state refunded the money within 12-14 weeks of filing a claim.