Service providers


Service providers (government and private) are allowed to mandate S.S.N. in order to deliver services. Though U.S. privacy law does state that services cannot be denied if an individual does not reveal their S.S.N., it is important to note that the same law also requires that S.S.N. [color=darkred][size=150]be[/size] disclosed if mandated by federal statute. Further, the law only requires that the individual [color=darkred]be informed if it is mandatory or voluntary to disclose and under what authority the S.S.N. is being sought and how it will be used.

Actually i want to know in place of be can we use ’ to be’ or ’ is to be’.
I am always get confused in using be , to be and is to be.

Hello, Omprakash - and welcome to What is your question?