In the United States, a Social Security number (SSN) is a nine-digit number issued to U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and temporary (working) residents under section 205(c)(2) of the Social Security Act.
The Social Security prefix listed below indicate which state the Social Security card was issued in. This can assist you in identifying which state the person lived in or what state they were born in based on their SSN. The prefix on a Social Security card are the first 3 numbers.
|Number Prefix||State Issued|
|223-231 & 691-699||Virginia|
|232||West Virginia – North Carolina|
|237-246 & 681-690||North Carolina|
|247-251 & 654-658||South Carolina|
|252-260 & 667-675||Georgia|
|261-267 & 589-595 & 765-772||Florida|
|408-415 & 756-763||Tennessee|
|425-428 & 587-588 & 752-755||Mississippi|
|429-432 & 676-679||Arkansas|
|729-733||Enumeration of Entery|
|433-439 & 659-665||Louisiana|
|449-467 & 627-647||Texas|
|521-524 & 650-653||Colorado|
|525 & 585 & 648-649||New Mexico|
|526-527 & 600-601 & 764-765||Arizona|
|530 & 680||Nevada|
|545-573 & 602-626||California|
|575-576 & 750-751||Hawaii|
|577-579||District of Columbia|
|586||Guam, American Samoa & Philippines|
|Office||Judges||Avg. Hearing Wait Time||Average Processing Time||Avg. Dispositions Per Day Per ALJ||Cases Dismissed||Cases Approved||Cases Denied|
|All||0||NAN months||NAN days||nan||NAN%||NAN%||NAN%|
If you are thinking about applying for Social Security disability in , then you should weigh the benefits of hiring an attorney. An experienced Social Security disability lawyer can significantly improve the odds that your case will be approved.
Social Security data from reveals that NAN% of the Social Security disability claims are denied on average. Of course, most applicants that have been denied on their first attempt appeal the decision. However, the chances of approval are even worse in the first phase of the appeals process, which is formally known as reconsideration.
The vast majority of claimants will have to wait until their hearing before an administrative law judge (ALJ) to have a significant chance of approval.
has 0 Hearing Offices where you can go to have your case heard by an ALJ. They are listed in the above table.
Most successful Social Security disability claims are approved during the hearing, largely because the ALJs have more leeway in the way they handle claims and can actually see and hear you while you present evidence of your disability.
Overall, NAN% of disability hearings result in an disability benefits being awarded.
On average, residents wait NAN days for their hearing before an ALJ. Some Hearing Offices are more favorable than others.