“No Match” letters for Social Security Numbers (SSN)- Employee Information

November 22, 2010- The U.S. Department of Justice issued general information for employees on what they should know and what they may request if faced with a situation in which their name and social security number do not match. Employees should know that no-matches can result from simple administrative errors. Employees are also entitled to request notice from their employer of the nature and source of any reported no-matches as well as continued employment while attending to and resolving a reported no-match. The Office of Special Counsel's hotline is available to employees if an employer does not comply with such requests.

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