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Medical Decision Made - Awaiting decision

I am new to this forum and applying for any benefits.
A status change occurred and it said the following:
"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."

Now, if I were denied....why would they need any additional documents. So is it safe/fair to think I may have been approved. Has anyone else had this same message and been approved and how soon should I expect to find out either online or by mail. Thank you

Hello. More than likely, you

Hello. More than likely, you have been medically approved. However, they have not yet determined eligibility for benefits. They may be reviewing if they need any other forms of documentation for your medical history or they may just be reviewing your financial eligibility for SSI.

Just patiently ...
Hello, I received this last

Hello, I received this last week after hearing for SSDI: what does this mean?

"Appeal Under Review:A medical decision has been made and we are working to process your decision. A Social Security Representative may contact you or your appointed representative directly if we need any additional documents or information".

Hi There,

Hi There,

It means that they are finalizing their decision and you should hear something back from the SSA in the near future. If they need any additional paperwork like medical records or tests they will reach out to you. Best of luck!

Travis
Why was i told that a medical

Why was i told that a medical descision has been made they are just waiting on a dr report is that good bad i have been waiting about 4 and half months for decision its at the determation center

Hi Travis,

Hi Travis,

It just means they are still processing your claim. Every case is different for how long it takes to get approved. 4 and a half months is pretty typical. Hang in there & best of luck!

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