Author: Scott Elliott

Getting a Replacement Social Security Card

Kansas requires proof of a Social Security Number to get a permit or license. To fulfill this requirement, you either need to present an original Social Security Card or a Tax Return (that displays your full SSN). If you have misplaced or lost the card, no need to worry you can get a replacement one for free. To get a replacement Social Security card in Kansas, you can follow these steps:

  1. Go to
  2. Complete the Application: Fill out the Application for a Social Security Card (Form SS-5). This can be filled out on the website or you can download the form and fill it out.
  3. Gather Required Documents: You will need to provide documents to prove your identity, age, and U.S. citizenship or lawful immigration status. Keep in mind if you are replacing a minor’s card, the parent will also have to prove their identity as well. Examples of acceptable documents include a U.S. passport, birth certificate, or Certificate of Naturalization.
  4. Submit Your Application: Take your completed application and original documents (or copies certified by the issuing agency) to your local SSA office. Make sure to also bring a proof of identity document for yourself, such as a driver’s license or passport.
  5. Wait for Your Card: After submitting your application, your replacement Social Security card should arrive by mail within 10-14 business days.
  6. Important Information: There is no fee to get a replacement Social Security card. Also, the SSA limits the number of replacement cards you can receive to three per year and ten per lifetime.

How to Log Student Driving Hours

Kansas teenagers are required to drive a minimum of 50 practice hours with an adult (21+) before they can receive their full license. Luckily, there is a free and convenient app, “Road Ready”, that will track the time for you. All you have to do is download it on your phone and before you start driving turn it on. It will log and keep track of all your drive time. The app is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

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Scheduling an Appointment at Kansas DMV

To schedule an appointment at the Kansas Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), you can follow these steps:

  1. Go to
  2. Select “Out of State Transfer or 1st Time Issuance – No Required Testing”
  3. Select your DMV location
  4. Select an available date and time
  5. Provide the required personal information, such as your name and contact details
  6. Double-check the appointment details to ensure accuracy, and confirm your booking
  7. Take note of the appointment date, time, and any additional instructions provided by the Kansas DMV.

Remember, appointment availability may vary, so it’s recommended to schedule your DMV appointment well in advance to secure your preferred date and time. If you need further assistance or encounter any issues, consider consulting the Kansas DMV website for FAQs or reaching out to their customer service directly.

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