Re: employer's use of SSN -- suing
WHAT "employer required" use of the SSN?
I find that hard to believe since according to the SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION (SSA), OBTAINING a SSN is OPTIONAL.
THE PAPERWORK/PRIVACY ACT AND YOUR APPLICATION
The Privacy Act of 1974 requires us to give each person the following notice when applying for a Social Security number.
Sections 205(c) and 702 of the Social Security Act allow us to collect the facts we ask for on this form.
We use the facts you provide on this form to assign you a Social Security number and to issue you a Social Security card. You do not have to give us these facts, however, without them we cannot issue you a Social Security number or a card.
If anyone is aware of ANY LAW that REQUIRES a so-called "employer" to get a SSN from an alleged "employee" perhaps they could post it so were can see WHO it APPLIES to and under WHAT CONDITIONS it APPLIES.
Patrick in California
"Half a truth is often a great lie"--Benjamin Franklin
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org , "cgr_lightsplash108" <cgr_lightsplash108@...> wrote:
> Is there some reader who has personally been able to work without
> the SSN--who has successfully been able to 'get around' the "employer-
> required" use of the SSN ?? If yes!---then, HOW did you do it??
> In reading through the posts, there frequently are mentions of "sue
> the person" (as in an employer requiring the SSN)... being a 'newbie'--
> isn't this expensive? doesn't one then become entangled with the
> govt, and 'potentially exposed'?? is it really so 'easy' to sue a
> company, or an individual??