What To Bring?
This can include a driver's license, state-issued identification, passport or military ID. If you're a student, you can bring a school ID and a copy of your birth certificate that verifies your birth date. If your ID is from out of state, you’ll also need to bring proof of your current address (for instance, a utility bill with your name on it).
This can include your Social Security card, a W-2 or even a paycheck stub, if it shows your full name and entire Social Security number. Don’t have your Social Security card? You can visit your local Supplemental Security Income (SSI) office first to get number verification, then show this verification instead. If you're not a US citzen, you can provide your Border Crossing Card (B1/B2 VISA/BBC).
Preparing for Your First Center Visit