I am sorry to bother this forum , but am stuck in a sad situation that needs some guidance from anyone that can offer some free and helpful advice please.
My situation goes as follows, I live in the U.S.A.,( Boston , MA. ) too be exact
I am trying to obtain a copy of my late father's French Social Security number , he passed away a few years ago, he was a u.s, citizen but worked over in France and i need to obtain a copy for my mom to receive his pension.
We have dealt with visiting the French Consulate in Boston but no luck, they point us to a phone number in Baltimore , MD. and it s no luck at all, they point us back to the French Consulate in Boston. It's going over 3 years now and its very frustrating and both stressful too. I have googled different titles and questions regarding this topic but I am stumped, any helpful advice would be extremely and gratefully appreciated.
Thank you .
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