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Federal Benefits

US Consulate General, St. Petersburg is a non-claim taking post for Social Security matters. However we can help you transfer your claims to Warsaw Federal Benefits Unit on the following subjects:

  • Social Security Number application
  • Social Security Card replacement
  • Report status change
  • Retirement benefits claim
  • Spouse/Widow(er)’s benefits claim
  • Child benefits claim
  • Disability benefits claim
  • Medicare claim
  • Replacement of missing treasury checks
  • Reporting the death of a beneficiary

- For general information on the Affordable Care Act see:

- For general information on Social Security Retirement, Survivor, Disability and Medicare please see:

-  For information specific to Social Security Retirement please see :

- For information on Windfall Elimination Provisions please see:

- For information on earning Social Security quarters please see :

- For information on receiving Social Security payments outside the U.S.:

- For information on Lost Social Security Cards : Identity Theft And Your Social Security Number

- For information on how to get Social Security Numbers for Foreign Nationals: Social Security Numbers For Noncitizens 


General Inquires and Contact Information

Social Security Administration

Office of International Operations
P.O. Box 17758
Baltimore, MD 21235-7758
Telephone: 410-965-9398 (if claim had been filled)
Telephone: 410-597-1800 (if receiving benefits)
Fax: 410-597-1800

Federal Benefits Unit Warsaw

U.S. Embassy Warsaw
Federal Benefits Unit
Telephone: +48 22 504 2112

OPM/ Retirement Operations Center

Mail Management Center
P.O. Box 45
Boyers, PA 16017-0045
Telephone: 724-794-2005
Fax: 724-794-1112

 VA Regional Office-Foreign Claims

1000 Liberty Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Fax: 412-395-6057

 Rail Road Retirement Board

844 N. Rush Street
Chicago, IL 60611-2092
Telephone: 312-751-4500
Fax: 312-751-7136


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