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Social Security Number Assignments

001-003 NH 004-007 ME 008-009 VT
010-034 MA 035-039 RI 040-049 CT
050-134 NY 135-158 NJ 159-211 PA
212-220 MD 221-222 DE 223-231 VA
232-236 WV 237-246 NC 247-251 SC
252-260 GA 261-267 FL 268-302 OH
303-317 IN 318-361 IL 362-386 MI
387-399 WI 400-407 KY 408-415 TN
416-424 AL 425-428 MS 429-432 AR
 433-439 LA 440-448 OK 449-467 TX
468-477 MN 478-485 IA 486-500 MO
501-502 ND 503-504 SD 505-508 NE
509-515 KS 516-517 MT 518-519 ID
520 WY 521-524 CO  525 NM Guam,
American Samoa,
526-527 AZ
Philippine Islands,
 528-529 UT
Northern Mariana Islands
530 NV
531-539 WA  540-544 OR 545-573 CA
574 AK  575-576 HI 577-579 DC
580 VI Virgin
Islands
581-584 PR Puerto Rico   585 NM
  586 PI Pacific Islands*  587-588 MS   589-595 FL
  596-599 PR Puerto Rico   600-601 AZ   602-626 CA
  627-645 TX  646-647 UT  648-649 NM
650-699 unassigned, for future use
700-728 Railroad workers through 1963, then discontinued
729-799 unassigned, for future use
800-999 not valid SSNs. Some sources have claimed that numbers
above 900 were used when some state programs were converted
to federal control, but current SSA documents claim no
numbers above 799 have ever been used.

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