How do I change my address through Social Security?

How do I change my address through Social Security?

In order to change your Medicare address, contact Social Security through one of the following three methods.

Visit in Person

If you prefer face-to-face contact, you can visit a local Social Security office in person. On some days, be prepared to wait in line.
Make the Change Online
To make changes online, visit mysocialsecurity.com. You must have a previously established permanent password. To confirm your identity, you will be asked several questions. Your answers need to reflect previously recorded information in Social Security records. 

Make the Change by Phone

If you do not have online access, do not have a permanent password, or prefer to answer necessary questions over the phone, you can call the Social Security Administration at 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778), Monday through Friday, from 7AM to 7PM and speak to one of their representatives.

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How do I change my address through Social Security?