9180 Covington Bypass
Covington, GA - 30014
Unprofessional rude awful negative agent, My Dad passed and couldn’t get them to stop making payments, this office if it would be a ordinary business it would go out of business, shame on you all, we taxpayers be serve better trained service and people working there, will never ever visit this office ever again.
Need to make an appointment. Calling the 800 number is a waste of time.
1. This office is Always packed. In all the years ive dealt with them ive never once been able to get them directly by phone. You have to call Social Security 800 #. 2. You can do most anything Online. Their online services are Extremely easy to use & if you have a Cellphone it will even Update you on your Paperwork status.
I got a fraudulent phone call scam!!!
CAN U CHANGE YOUR ADDRESS ON LINE FOR SOCIAL SCURITY OFFICE
I am trying to report the passing of my mother. She left me a form to call the local SSA in Covington, GA. Can you help me with a phone number? The 770 728 1031 isn’t working. Thank you. Phil Fincher
I tried calling to set up a appointment to file for disability papers, but got no answer, could someone email what I should do. Thank you.
The number is either busy or it rings and rings with no answer after NUMEROUS calls. Very frustrating!
I will be 70 on April 21, 2019 and want to start receiving my Social Security benefits (I currently only receive Spousal Benefits). I prefer a morning appointment at the Covington, GA location. I have tried calling 770.728.1031 but have not received an answer or option to leave a message.
Can I please have a supervisor to call me soon as possible because I came up there to change my address and I just call Social Security on the 1800)772-1213 i call them today they say they didn't see no change of address change my address and I personally came in the office so I would like to talk to her supervisor today because that is ridiculous I came your face the face and yes I would like to make a complaint on y'all bad business
I am very disappointed with the staff at this office. After being on hold for over an hour, I finally was able to talk to a representative; however, at 4 p.m. the representative hung up on me. I assume this is because the office had closed. It would have been nice for the person to at least "good bye". Please work on your etiquette!
Monday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
The Covington Social Security Office determines eligibility and pays benefits to those entitled to survivor benefits. Determines eligibility and pays benefits to the entitled legally blind. Determines eligibility and pays retirement benefits to those entitled aged 62 and older.
COMING FROM ATLANTA TRAVELING EAST ON I-20, TAKE EXIT 93 (GA-142/HAZLEBR AND RD)TURN RIGHT/SOUTH ON GA-142-TRAVEL 1 MILE AND CROSS US-278 (RD BECOMES COVINGTON BYPASS) OFFICE IS 1/2 MILE ON THE RIGHT.
SSI makes monthly payments to people who have low income and few resources and are:
Age 65 or older;
If you are applying for SSI, you can complete a large part of your application by visiting our website at www.socialsecurity.gov. You also can call us toll-free at (800) 772-1213 to ask for an appointment with a Social Security representative.
Parents or guardians usually can apply for blind or disabled children under age 18. In some cases, other third parties can apply for children.
You should bring certain items when you apply. Even if you do not have all of the things listed below, apply anyway. The people in the Social Security office can help you get whatever is needed.
- Your Social Security card or a record of your Social Security number;
- Your birth certificate or other proof of your age;
- Information about the home where you live, such as your mortgage or your lease and landlord's name;
- Payroll slips, bank books, insurance policies, burial fund records and other information about your income and the things you own;
- The names, addresses and telephone numbers of doctors, hospitals and clinics that you have been to, if you are applying for SSI because you are disabled or blind;
- Proof of U.S. citizenship or eligible noncitizen status; and
- Your checkbook or other papers that show your bank, credit union or savings and loan account number. If you are approved for SSI, you must receive your
payments electronically. Payments may be made via direct deposit, the Direct Express® card program or an Electronic Transfer Account. For more information, visit www.GoDirect.org.
How to apply online?
Visit www.socialsecurity.gov and select 'Apply online for disabilitybenefits.'
Fill out the Disability Benefit Application
Answer the questions on the Adult Disability Report
Mail or take the documents to this Social Security office.
The online forms are available to you seven days a week during the following hours (Eastern time):
Monday-Friday: 5 a.m. until 1 a.m.
Saturday: 5 a.m. until 11 p.m.
Sunday: 8 a.m. until 10 p.m.
Holidays: 5 a.m. until 11 p.m.
How do I apply for a replacement Social Security number card?
There is no cost to obtain a free or new Social Security Card. Get an application at this web link: https://www.ssa.gov/forms/ss-5.pdf. Then, either mail in your application or visit your local office. Try to make an appointment before visiting your location Social Security Office.
How do I change or correct my name on my Social Security number card?
If you legally change your name due to marriage, divorce, or any other reason, you need to go to your local office.
How do I apply for Social Security retirement benefits?
It is recommended that you apply for retirement benefits three months before you want your payments to start. Applying online at https://secure.ssa.gov/iClaim/rib.
One or more of the following documents may be needed in order to apply online. The end of the online application will provide instructions on where to submit them. The documents we may ask for are:
Original birth certificate or other proof of birth [more info] (You may also submit a copy of your birth certificate certified by the issuing agency);
Proof of U.S. citizenship or lawful alien status if you were not born in the United States [more info];
Copy of your U.S. military service paper(s) (e.g., DD-214 - Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty) if you had military service before 1968; [more info]; and Copy of your W-2 form(s) [more info] and/or self-employment tax return [more info] for last year.
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How long will it take to get a Social Security card?
The Social Security Administration will mail your Social Security card as soon as they have all of the necessary information and have verified the appropriate documents.
Generally, you will get your card within 10 business days from the date on your receipt.
If I give you my Social Security Number and personal Information, can you check the Status of my case or check my application status?
No. We do not have direct contact with any of the offices listed on our website, we only provide the locations with the contact information, you must call them directly. We strongly advise that you do not provide your Social Security Number or personal information through this website or any other website. Contact your local Social Security office directly in order to obtain your case status or for more information.
Can I schedule, reschedule, or cancel an appointment with Social Security, through your website?
No. We do not have direct contact with any of the offices listed on our website, we only provide the locations with the contact information, you must call them directly.
How long would it take to get by mail my Disability Benefits Award Letter?
An award letter, AKA award notice, is what shows that a claim for benefits has been approved.
The Award letter is usually mailed to the recipient within a few months of Social Security approving their benefit application.
The Social Security office does not have an established deadline for mailing the award letters. Some claimants will get their letters even after Social Security has issued their first benefit payment or earlier than that.
The wait is longer if your case was decided on a hearing.