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If I were to reside in Canada will I still get my Social Security?

Q) If I were to reside in Canada will I still get my Social Security?

A) Yes you can. Throughout the world, there are a number of American embassies and consulates who have specially trained personnel that provide a full range of Social Security services, including the taking of applications for benefits. By locating your country of residence via the link below, you can access information on the Social Security-trained U.S. embassy or consulate that provide services for that country: http://www.socialsecurity.gov/foreign/foreign.htm




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