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There are a couple of parts to a disability application. The medical part and the technical part. It seems like they have completed the medical part and are now working on the technical part.
What does it mean when my disability application says: “We are processing the medical portion of your application. If more information is needed, we will contact you directly?”
This means that they are reviewing your case. There are two sets of criteria that you have to meet. The medical side and the technical side. They are still reviewing to make sure that you qualify medically.
I want to know the Dissability Determination Boards Decision on my Dissability claim .
Hi Alesia Ann Robe,
You'll receive a letter in the mail stating your decision once one is made. If you are approved or denied, the letter will explain why the decision was made and your next steps. Best of luck!
It says my claim is processing does that mean I'm Approved for Disability benefits?? I need a straight answer, is that a good sign?
It means they are still working on reviewing your claim and have not made a decision yet. Once they do, you'll receive a letter in the mail explaining if you were approved or denied and why. Best of luck!
I went to court may 15 and was waiting for a decision after so i kept calling and they said i have another court date to see the judge again what dose that mean and i cheked my online status it says they have made a medical decision and there waiting to process the decision im so confused why i have to go back to court when i already went i have to go jan 27 please help
They may still need more information to make a decision on your claim, which is why they are requesting you go in again.
What does it mean if my case is pending?
This just means that they are still in the process of making a decision on your case.
A medical decision has been made and we are working to process your benefit application. A Social Security Representative may contact you directly if we need any additional documents or information. If a medical decision has been made why are they still reviewing it ?
There are two parts to qualifying. The medical and the technical qualifications that look at your work history. If the medical decision has been made, It is likely that they are just reviewing the technical part.
What does the technical part mean
To qualify for disability benefits, there is some specific criteria that you have to meet on top of the medical. They will be taking a look at the applicants work history to see if they have received enough credits to qualify. To qualify for SSDI you have to "pay into" the system via income taxes. You can earn up to four credits a year and the amount you need to qualify is based on your age.