Do the digits in a U.S. social security number have any particular meaning?
#116843. Asked by star_gazer. (Aug 18 10 11:34 PM)
Yes. The first three numbers pertain to the "area", which is determined based on the Zip Code of the mailing address on the SSN application. The next two numbers (the "group number") represent the state of the applicant, and the last group of 4 numbers is the serial number of the applicant.
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