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The requirement to show a social security card to get a job isn't 100% required. If you don't have a card, you can show two other IDs to prove your eligibility to work in the States.

But I've always defaulted to the card because it's easier than remembering what other pieces of paper I could use from the C List.

Here's the I-9 (caution, opens PDF file) with the lists on the last page.


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... I didn't even have to show the card to join the Navy....


I hope Lynn doesn't see this before he gets to Afghanistan...


Puh-lease. Once you join a U.S. Military service, they own you all the way down to the DNA strands. Who needs the card when they have your biometrics and a ritual blood/tissue sample to track you down after you leave?

Oh, wait. The ritual sample thing is Shadowrun. Nevermind that part. @=)


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... I didn't even have to show the card to join the Navy....


I hope Lynn doesn't see this before he gets to Afghanistan...


Puh-lease. Once you join a U.S. Military service, they own you all the way down to the DNA strands. Who needs the card when they have your biometrics and a ritual blood/tissue sample to track you down after you leave?

Oh, wait. The ritual sample thing is Shadowrun. Nevermind that part. @=)


Well, as long as it isn't that little peace of skin some males lose as part of indoctrination that ritual sample should be absolutely sufficient


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... I didn't even have to show the card to join the Navy....


I hope Lynn doesn't see this before he gets to Afghanistan...


Puh-lease. Once you join a U.S. Military service, they own you all the way down to the DNA strands. Who needs the card when they have your biometrics and a ritual blood/tissue sample to track you down after you leave?

Oh, wait. The ritual sample thing is Shadowrun. Nevermind that part. @=)


Well, as long as it isn't that little peace of skin some males lose as part of indoctrination that ritual sample should be absolutely sufficient




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Actually, I've been in Afghanistan since July 2nd, Kabul since July 3rd.


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... I didn't even have to show the card to join the Navy....


I hope Lynn doesn't see this before he gets to Afghanistan...


Puh-lease. Once you join a U.S. Military service, they own you all the way down to the DNA strands. Who needs the card when they have your biometrics and a ritual blood/tissue sample to track you down after you leave?

Oh, wait. The ritual sample thing is Shadowrun. Nevermind that part. @=)


Not to mention the special branding, tattoo and the three chips inserted beneath the skin in three different locations on your body.


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Actually, I've been in Afghanistan since July 2nd, Kabul since July 3rd.


How are things going?


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... I didn't even have to show the card to join the Navy....


I hope Lynn doesn't see this before he gets to Afghanistan...


Puh-lease. Once you join a U.S. Military service, they own you all the way down to the DNA strands. Who needs the card when they have your biometrics and a ritual blood/tissue sample to track you down after you leave?

Oh, wait. The ritual sample thing is Shadowrun. Nevermind that part. @=)


Not to mention the special branding, tattoo and the three chips inserted beneath the skin in three different locations on your body.


"This pec muscle brought to you by Navy United Credit Union..."


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Actually, I've been in Afghanistan since July 2nd, Kabul since July 3rd.


How are things going?


All the days are just running together. It is hard to know what day it is. Other than that, I really have to say things are going extraordinary especially in my personal life. This deployment has rekindled my life potentially. Know more when I actually redeploy back to the states, but things are looking quite promising.

Some of you may know what I am talking about, but I'm not ready to say much more at this point.



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Posted Monday, July 15, 2013 12:07 PM


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One of the worries I have when travelling is that I have my passport, ID book and driver's licence with me all at the same time. It's one of the very few times I will have all three on me (ID book and passport are usually locked away at home)

Getting a new passport will be problem enough, getting a new driver's licence requires an ID book and getting a new ID book can take months...


All right. I'll bite. What is an ID book? (ID I understand, but they made a whole book out of it?)


HI Brandie,

It is a scaled down version of a passport. It use to contain drivers and gun licenses. Marriage certificates etc but ID Books are falling away and are going to be replaced by a chip card much like the american social security cards


Thanks for the explanation.

Though American social security cards don't have chips. They're just little paper cards.


Little paper cards that no one has. I lost mine before I went into the Navy, which was before some of you were born.
That no one has?!! But, but, how will you receive your $1.50 in benefits when you retire???



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