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Reports & Studies

  • OIG Audit Report on Use of SSNs by H-1B Workers(195 KB - 9/16/2011)
    A September 2011 OIG audit report on the use of Social Security Numbers (SSNs) by H-1B workers. The report claims that 18% of H-1B cases audited by SSA involved elements of fraud.
    AILA Doc. No. 11091621.
  • OIG Audit Report on Assignment of Social Security Numbers to K-1s(130 KB - 9/8/2008)
    A 5/6/08 OIG audit report on the Social Security Administration’s process for assigning social security numbers (SSNs) to K-1s expresses concern that having a SSN makes it easier for K-1s who do not marry to remain in the U.S. once their status expires. Courtesy of Gary Chodorow.
    AILA Doc. No. 08090868.
  • SSA Inspector General Report on Enumeration at Entry(743 KB - 5/17/2006)
    March 2005 Social Security Administration (SSA) Inspector General report on the SSA Enumeration at Entry (EAE) program found an approximate 11% rate of issuance of SSNs to immigrants who participated in EAE and other errors.
    AILA Doc. No. 06051865.
  • GAO Study on Issuance of Social Security Numbers to Foreign Born(577 KB - 3/2/2006)
    GAO testimony regarding the results of its study on the issuance of social security numbers by SSA to foreign-born individuals.
    AILA Doc. No. 06030710.
  • Federal Taxation of Foreign Nationals Working in the U.S.(39 KB - 2/10/2004)
    Congressional Research Service (CRS) report on the tax treatment of foreign nationals living in the U.S.
    AILA Doc. No. 04021060.
  • SSA Director Testifies Before Congress on SSN Integrity(648 KB - 7/11/2003)
    Together with a report by the GAO on the integrity of SSN issuance to non-citizens (the bulk of new SSNs issued by the SSA), the Director of Education, Workforce, and Income Security Issues testified before Congress on SSA's efforts to protect SSNs, and prevent false identity and misuse problems.
    AILA Doc. No. 03071142.
 
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