Utah Admin. Code R414-302-7 - Social Security Numbers

(1) The Department adopts and incorporates by reference 42 CFR 435.910, October 1, 2012 ed., which requires the social security number (SSN) of each applicant or beneficiary, specifies the exceptions to requiring the SSN, and specifies agency verification responsibilities. The Department adopts Section 1137 of the Compilation of the Social Security Laws, in effect May 8, 2013, which is incorporated by reference.
(2) Acceptable proof of an SSN is an electronic match, a social security card, or an official document from the Social Security Administration, which identifies the correct number. Acceptable proof of an application for an SSN is a social security receipt that confirms the individual has applied for an SSN.
(3) The Department requires a new proof of application for an SSN at each recertification if the SSN has not previously been provided.
(4) The Department may assign a unique Medicaid identification number to an applicant or beneficiary who meets one of the exceptions to the requirement to provide an SSN.


Utah Admin. Code R414-302-7

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