Updating social security card
(CVC) requires the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to collect your social security number (SSN). DMV electronically verifies your SSN, name, and birth date with the Social Security Administration (SSA) while you are in the DMV office.
(CVC §§1653.5(a)(b), 12800(a), 12801) Federal law also allows any state to use a person's SSN for the purpose of establishing his/her identification. This process adds to the accuracy, reliability, and integrity of DMV's driver license database.
After the naturalization ceremony, you should update your social security card to reflect your full-fledged citizenship.
You can print the form from the Social Security Administration's website, and fill it out beforehand.
You will also need to bring your Naturalization of U. Citizen certificate which was presented to you after the ceremony.
First obtain a court order name and/or gender change.
Submit a completed SS-5 form, court order, and original physician's letter if changing gender marker in-person at the local Social Security Office.