Can I fly with a temporary SSN?
I just got my temporary ssn and I’m not sure if I can use it to fly? I am 19
- RedstoneLv 61 year ago
What is a temporary SSN? This has no meaning to me. As an adult you need a government issued ID for travel.
However, if you don't have such an ID, then your ID can be established by other means.
https://www.tsa.gov/travel/security-screening/iden... (Look under "Forgot your ID" section.)Source(s): Work part-time as a TSA officer.
- JenniferLv 71 year ago
Well, if you didnt need one before to travel, why would you need one now?
- ?Lv 71 year ago
Nah, you'll probably need a plane or something.
- MSLv 71 year ago
A social security card is not acceptable ID for air travel. You need government-issued PHOTO ID. A SS card is useless as ID. You need to get a state ID card or driver's license if you don't already have one.
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- RICKLv 71 year ago
Can not fly on SSN
Need a government issued photo ID
- Jay PLv 71 year ago
A social security number is not sufficient ID for flying. You will need some form of accepted government picture ID for flying domestically. You will need a passport to fly internationally.
- 1 year ago
You cannot even fly with a permanent ssn. You need a state-issued ID with a picture on it or a passport.
- 1 year ago
I've never heard of needing your SSN to fly
- NeilLv 41 year ago
SSN is Irrelevant to flying.
- Anonymous1 year ago
SSN does not give you permission to fly, you need state issued photo ID