Social Security Office in Las Vegas, NV

You can reach Social Security Office in Las Vegas, Nevada at the following street address and contact number, as well as using directions below. Please, share your experience about visiting this office, provide a review using the form at the end of this page.

Address:

Suite 150, 1250 S Buffalo Dr
89117, Las Vegas, Nevada

Phone: National Toll-Free : 1-800-772-1213 TTY: 1-800-325-0778
Worktime: Monday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Except Federal Holidays
Directions: All Social Security Card Business Must Be Handled By The Las Vegas Social Security Card Center, Co-located (ste 100) With The District Office. Hours 9:00 - 3:30. Residents Of Clark,nye, Lincoln And Esmeralda Counties Are Required To Come Into The Card Centers In Person Or Visit The Contact Stations Serving Their Area(s). The District Office(suite 150) And Card Center(suite 100) Are Located At 1250 S.buffalo Dr. And W.charleston.

Routes:
W Flamingo Rd and S Buffalo Dr7.8 mi - 14 mins
Las Vegas, NV, USA
7.8 mi - 14 mins
1. Head north on S Las Vegas Blvd/Las Vegas Strip toward E Flamingo Rd
39 ft
2. Turn left onto E Flamingo Rd
4.9 mi
3. Turn right onto S Buffalo Dr
Destination will be on the right
2.9 mi
Suite 150, 1250 S Buffalo Dr89117, , Las Vegas, Nevada

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lynn salzmann wrote on 06.06.2017 and gave a rating 1 of 5:


How come the dmvand homeland security can get their acts together with appointments but social security cant ,Its absolutely ridiculous the way they treat people very disrespectfully..but what can we do ......nothing and they know it I'm totally disgusted with this organization

Jadie Cruz wrote on 05.01.2017 and gave a rating 4 of 5:

All security guards are very rude & always on their cell phone unprofessional.Then,next door for benefits the security guard are even worsed.I had my 5 patients with me 4 @ benefit dept.1 @ social security dept.When everybody was done.While waiting for our bus company.I was asking the security guard @ benefit dept.that 1 of my patient is still inside. He just raised his voice & told me to get out or he will put a hand cuffs on me.On what ground for me to be hand cuffs.I had worked in this medical field for more than 21 yrs.now.My 1st.time had encounter this kind of people.I am an Activities Director/Marketing for Assisted Living for disable people,seniors & veterans.All this 3 security guards shouldn't be working here.I will file a complaint & call my lawyer & ask for advise...

Angela Suarez wrote on 29.08.2016 and gave a rating 1 of 5:

With all safety incidents occurring all the time I have to comment that two security officers standing at this location were too busy on their cell phones rather than paying attention to the door and surrounding. One even apologized to some people who were talking at him and he didn't even heard or notice them because of been on the phone. What a shame protecting innocent people. My other complaint is about the lady at window 17.. Is sad that she is assigned to assist Spanish speaking people and she is so rude, unprofessional and discourteous. I work customer services myself and unfortunately Hispanics when they don't speak English need additional help to get things done. This woman probably make things more difficult for non English speaking people than helping them. It was so disappointed her attitude and customer services given. So sad she is Hispanic too. I feel for those needing help and getting her. Also, just as people need respect so our country.. Next time she should refer to the country by name not " that country".. Some customer services courses may be beneficial for her.

Debra Blauschild wrote on 25.07.2016 and gave a rating 4 of 5:

I will be 65 JAN 11, 2017 & PLAN TO RETIRE, BUT CURRENTLY HAVING MULTIPLE MEDICAL ISSUES & COMING TO WORK, BUT HAVE APPT WITH NEUROLOGIST AUG 2 FOR ISSUES OF RESTLESS LEG SYNDOME AND NERVE INJURY TO MY RIGHT ELBOW CAUSING NUMBNESS IN MY ENTIRE LEFT HANF AND FINGERS WITH PART OF MY ARM. HAVE HAD EMG TESTING & BEING REFERRED TO ANOTHER NEUROLOGIST FOR MORE NERVE TESTING. I ALSO HAVE CHRONIC COPD & IDOPATHIC THROMBO PURPURA (LOW PLATELET COUNT) WHICH CAUSES EASY BRUISING & PROLONGED BLEEDING TIME IF CUT. SHOULD I HAVE AN ATTORNEY TO FILE EARLY RETIREMENT & GET BENEFITS OR IF MY PHYSICIAN FEELS I CAN NO LONGER MEET MY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES, WHAT STEPS DO I FILE FOR EARLY RETIREMENT BEFORE MY 66TH BIRTHDAY & GET PAID BENEFITS

DANIEL GROSs wrote on 04.05.2016 and gave a rating 4 of 5:

0000
IMCOMPERDENT REPS. AND I AM A WWII VET

Diane R Nunez wrote on 24.04.2016 and gave a rating 4 of 5:

I NEED TO SEE IF I CAN APPLY FOR SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS AT 62 YEARS OLD AND HOW MUCH I WILL RECEIVE. THANK YOU

Susan M. Devroy wrote on 04.03.2016 and gave a rating 4 of 5:

Greetings from rural Lincoln County. My friend is very concerned regarding ORIGINAL documents she sent in, after the death of her husband. She is requesting Survivor Benefits. It has been weeks since she was able to make contact with Keith P. Alexander, regarding the status of this, as well as where are her original documents. Please contact Ms. Jacklyn Bart of Caliente, Nevada regarding the status of her account.

NOEL M DYSON wrote on 22.02.2016 and gave a rating 4 of 5:

I WANT TO MAKE AN APPT TO COME IN AND CHANGE MY NAME.

Scott Bradburd wrote on 25.01.2016 and gave a rating 4 of 5:

CPL questions if I move to Utah will my ssi change? Also I'm 61 is there an age where my money changes or is my income staying the same for life? You'll need this 558944015 and I'm calling in in case you don't respond thankyou

James wrote on 07.08.2015 and gave a rating 5 of 5:

After arriving 1 hour before the office opened I waited in a very long hot line. After they opened the security guard was swift and courteous with getting the crowd into the correct lines. I was there for 2 different reasons, and he told me I had to make a decision as they were in two different offices. Moved quickly when doors opened and greeted pleasantly and serviced quickly. There was quite a disturbance outside on the street side-walk while waiting in line as there
was an sign carrying evangelist with a very loud speaker. He had his rights for free speech, but was stepping all over the rights of the 100's in line.

Sherry Bryl wrote on 03.02.2015 and gave a rating 3 of 5:

After moderator approval, I'm sure my complaint will not be posted. Is there anyone I can talk to ?

Sherry Bryl wrote on 03.02.2015 and gave a rating 3 of 5:

After sitting in the social security office on Buffalo for hours, my daughter, with her 6 month old daughter stepped outside to get some fresh air while she was waiting and the security guard would not let her back in the building. She was told that no one could come in after 3:30. She told the guard that she was already in the building, but he still refused to let her back in. Meanwhile the guard did allow someone else to come in. My daughter stated that basically the security guard was laughing at her. Now my daughter is in tears, because the guard was so rude to her. What kind of people do you have working for you ?

Daniel arden Nelson wrote on 14.11.2014 and gave a rating 3 of 5:

I need a copy of my social security card.

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