ID number

ID number

Identification number A numerical 'fingerprint'–eg, social security number, that a person acquires at some point in life which is used to identify personal data; Cf PIN.
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has announced the addition of taxpayer ID number verification content to its online tax library.
I recently received a claim denial letter when my son's physician attempted to use my DoD ID number in lieu of my SSN in order to file a claim for a routine well visit.
The crisis came to a head when it was revealed that a young child had been unable to travel to Germany for urgent medical treatment because of the ID number impasse.
When they apply for a new card, they have to quote that ID number," said a spokesman for Emirates ID.
THE arresting police officer admitted in court he was not wearing his ID number in breach of force policy.
They have also established procedures for ensuring that two students with the same name do not have the same ID number and that a student who moves does not get a different ID number.
At that website, you'll find instructions on how to find your battery pack ID number.
Her lawyer had assigned the residence to the surviving spouse's trust, so she gave the real estate agent that trust's ID number.
If they use an alternative signing method, they must provide all of the other preparer information required on returns and extensions, such as (1) name, address and relevant employer identification (ID) number, (2) individual ID number (Social Security number or preparer tax ID number) and (3) phone number.
The pager message also includes the name and ID number of the resident, along with the time and location of the alarm.