Social Security Office in Des Moines, Iowa 50309

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Frequently Asked Questions at Des Moines, 50309 Office

  • How do I apply for Social Security benefits?

    The easiest and quickest way to apply for retirement, spouse's, ex-spouse's, or Medicare benefits is to apply online. If you do not wish to use the online application, or the application for the benefit you want is not available online, you can call (866) 964-7583 or visit your local Des Moines SSA office. Learn More About Applying for Benefits.

  • How do I replace a lost or stolen Social Security card?

    If your Social Security card is lost or stolen you can replace it through the Social Security Administration (SSA) website, by visiting your local Des Moines SSA office or through the mail.

  • Can I apply for Medicare benefits at this office?

    There isn’t just one simple answer to that question. Before you decide how you want to go about applying for Medicare, you need to understand the different parts of the program and which ones you need. Learn More About Applying for Medicare.

  • How do I change my name on my Social Security card?

    If you legally change your name because of marriage, divorce, court order or any other reason, you must tell Social Security so you can get a corrected card. Learn How to Change Social Security Card Name.

  • Can I schedule an appointment with the Des Moines Social Security office?

    The Social Security Administration does not currently have online appointment scheduler. Learn More About Scheduling an Appointment.

  • How do I find out about my Social Security benefits?

    Those who already receive benefits can view their payment history, current status, and manage their benefits. To open a personal my Social Security account, go to www.ssa.gov/myaccount/ and select "Create an Account" to get started.

  • How does the coronavirus (COVID-19) impact Social Security?

    All local Social Security offices will be closed to the public for in-person service starting Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Learn More About The Office Closure.

About the Des Moines, 50309 Office

The Des Moines Social Security office is located at Des Moines 50309. The Iowa SSA controls separate federally run plans like retirement, SSI, Medicare and disability benefits. The following page contains useful contact information for this location such as the Social Security office phone number, hours of operation, and driving directions. If you have any concerns or inquiries regarding your retirement Social Security benefits or interested in setting up an appointment, call the following Des Moines Social Security office.

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Directions to the Des Moines, 50309 Office

Office Is Located One Block West Of Principal Park, Minor League Ball Park; Or Two Blocks Southwest Of The Des Moines Science Center.

Reviews for the Des Moines, 50309 Office

7 Reviews on “Social Security Office in Des Moines, Iowa 50309”

  • Linda
    3 years ago

    I have been trying to get disability benefits since I was 18 yrs old, now 48, actually disabled at 4 with Juvenile Rheumatoid arthritis. On my 3rd try ending in appeal and citizen’s disability advocate quitting me a week before my judge hearing telling me I wouldn’t make them enough money and left me to defend myself. I went to my hearing had a great judge and a great representative, Hattie Holmes from IA Lgl Aid. Was approved from judge to have my appointment with Jason in the Waterloo office. Jason, Tiffany, and Mark from the Waterloo office are excellent understanding people and deserve a good job praise for making my last 30 year journey to recieving just the approval that I was finally disabled according to federal government. They also have been helping speed up procedure due to our house badly flooded and getting our belongings stolen by squatters and thieves. I am seeing a light if a tunnel that I never thought would come so I could stop destroying joint by joint in my body. I cried when I looked to the sky and said Mom and Dad, you are tight… prayer and patients pay off. I can slow down my degeneration of my joints from pushing myself to support my 3 beautiful Kids, sometimes having 2 jobs to get Christmas in our home. Being a single parent that has disabilities, I probably would have changed nothing cuz it makes me a stronger person in my soul plus showed my kids as their mom, I am not a quitter but a survivor who was given strength by God and their love.

  • Judith Johnson
    3 years ago

    Please help me. I didn’t not receive my November check after I moved and changed direct deposit Banks. The SS rep entered wrong bank numbers.

  • Martin Monroe
    3 years ago

    I need to change my address.

    And I also want to request a current BPQY. Please note that I was in disagreement over the last 2013 BPQY that said I over earned during 2012. I contacted the S.S.A. national office to inquire about how much I could ern, and I followed their information. In 2013 I was informed that I worked too many hours? I would appreciate a review and reassessment of my earnings at the Sacred Heart Parish.

    I can’t access online, and local office number is not posted for the public? So my only other option is to call the national number 1213 and be on hold for 80 minutes last time!

  • Sylvia Townsend
    3 years ago

    It tends to get busy. Wait time average out between 1 and 1/2 hours. Otherwise I never had a problem with the agents there, great customer service. They answer all of my questions.

  • Elizabeth A Hansen
    2 years ago

    How much can I earn without being penalized . I am 74 years old

  • Susan utsler
    2 years ago

    My name is susan b Utsler my husband is frank d Utsler we have not received our new SS cards. Can u help me with this? Thank you susan utsler

  • Paiten Bauer
    2 years ago

    I had a terrible experience with the social security office. I’ve waited 6 weeks since mailing an application in only to find out that it was rejected. No one communicated that through the numerous phone calls I placed or any written communication whatsoever. How are we supposed to submit our actual driver’s licenses in the mail when we need to drive? The woman that “assisted” me today was quite rude and her logic did not make any sense whatsoever. I waited an hour to speak with someone only to find out I have to return tomorrow!

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