I met the medical requirements, but Social Security has not made a nonmedical decision. How long will that take?
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
I applied for ssi around 7 or 8 years ago. My questions are as followed. Will they count that denial as if I'm appealing. Or will they consider that too far back? And, what could I expect on back pay? Thank you for your time and help, much appreciated.
A disabled friend owns a house but has to temporarily move to a different state to get treatment for a rare condition.
If she tries to relocate to that state, does she necessarily lose her SSI because of her house? Also. she wants to know if she will still be able to keep her Medicaid or will her vacant house disqualify her while
she is temporarily relocated?
What if she was to rent out her house where she could qualify for the right to work where she could keep her Medicaid?
Can my disabled client by a cell phone for himself with his SSI money? He does not want free phone
I started receiving ssi survivor benefits in June and at time I signed up for my children they did not inform me that as their caretaker I could as well til the youngest turns 16 , I just found this now about a week ago is there any way I can get the bac I pay I deserve since ssi office never disclosed to me that I could also for being the caretaker of his children and wife.
My dad just reached age 65 and applied for SSI. Both my parents have life insurance policies with a cash surrender value and have named each other as the beneficiary in their policies. SSI denied my dad's claim saying the cash surrender value of my moms policy is more than $3,000 therefore he is not eligible.
They really could use the SSI help as they are not able to work and have no other form of income. They do have personal debt that they owe to family members.
I just "won" my disability case for SSI. I received my award letter but there is no mention on if the attorney fees have been taken out yet. Does the amount reflect my back pay after or before lawyer fees?
Also, because I went into appeal, I think I owe him more money. Does anyone know a ballpark figure as to how much more than the normal $6000? I waited 50 months, and about 18 months after my first no decision, before the one appeal was successful.
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I was married for 20 years yet my SSI benefits did not reflect his years of income. How can I dispute it? Also, I was just awarded SSDI. Should his years of income be taken into account here also?