The Social Security Administration will be glad to forward an unsealed letter that is accompanied with a letter explaining your request (the request must be for humanitarian reasons) . You need to supply the name and social security number of the recipient, or the person’s date and place of birth. Send to Office of Public Inquiries, Social Security Administration, Windsor Park Building, 6401 Security Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21235; 800-772-1213 or 410-9652736; http://www.ssa.gov/org/#DCCOMM
The County Board of Elections (also called the Registrar ofVoters) has public information from voter registration forms. You can look here to find someone as well. They can do a search to find out if a voter is registered in their district. They may be able to verify the person’s full name, date of birth, current address, and political party.
The State Department of Motor Vehicles in most states can help your search with public
information from driver’s license and car registration forms. You will need to provide
them with the person’s full name, date of birth, and maybe the person’s driver’s license
number. You also may need to put your request in writing, and there might be a fee for
this service. Your State’s Department of Motor Vehicles is in your state’s capital.
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