The confirmation number that appears after completing your 2020 Census questionnaire online indicates that your response was successfully submitted and no further action is needed from you. You can save this number for you records, if you wish.
No, we cannot give you a new Census ID. If you misplaced the ID in your invitation letter, you can wait for a new piece of mail to arrive or you can respond online now without an ID. Go to my2020census.gov. Click or touch "Start Questionnaire." Select the link that says, "If you do not have a Census ID, click here." It is located below the Census ID login field.
If you feel you have made a mistake, you can return to the online questionnaire and resubmit your information. The Census Bureau has procedures in place to resolve duplicate submissions.
If you’ve already responded using your Census ID, select the link that reads "If you do not have a Census ID, click here" to submit a corrected response for your address. Be sure to respond for everyone who was living at your address on April 1.
Your Census ID is the 12-digit number that can be found on your questionnaire, letter, and postcard. You can still respond online to the 2020 Census even if you did not receive a letter or paper questionnaire. Go to my2020census.gov and select the link that says, "If you do not have a Census ID, click here." It is located below the Census ID login field.