Must be purchased from an insurance company in the state in which your car is registered. The cost of car insurance can differ by thousands of dollars depending on the driver's age and driving record, age and type of car, level of coverage, and the state and locale in which your car is registered.
Two sources for obtaining insurance:
Insurance Broker (covering all states)
Keevily Spero - Whitelaw
Contact: Ken Kaufman, Vice President
GEICO - covering New York and Connecticut
CIGNA - covering New Jersey
U.S. Social Security Hotline - 1-800-772-1213 You must get a social security card when you arrive in the U.S. for the purpose of paying US taxes.
* Call 1-800-772-1213 from 7am - 7pm Eastern Standard time to find out the location of the most convenient office for you
* You must go in person to your local Social Security office and bring the following documents - passport, Visa, and all INS papers. It usually takes two to three weeks to receive your card in the mail, but you can usually find out your social security number within 24 hours by calling the above 800#.