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  1. When you apply for SSDI, you are also applying for SSI, if they found you were eligible. Since you do not currently get SSI, and you do get SSDi, it can rightly be assumed you are not eligible for SSI. You...

    5 Answers · Society & Culture · 02/11/2009

  2. Social Security takes whatever claims someone is potentially eligible for. He could only get social security if he worked and paid into the social security system 1 1/2 years out of the 3 before becoming disabled (that requirement...

    3 Answers · Society & Culture · 13/03/2013

  3. It doesn't matter what state you live in. Social Security and SSI are federal benefits and the rules and regulations are the same nationwide. Going back to school will have no impact on either benefit. In fact if you...

    5 Answers · Society & Culture · 23/01/2014

  4. 1040X - only if you have to pay additional tax (which you wouldn't.) SSI supplements your SSDI because your SSDI is evidently less than $674.00. Some states combine the checks, others send them separate...

    5 Answers · Society & Culture · 06/06/2009

  5. Sometimes you get the check before the award letter, but not often. If you have not received the award letter, I would assume it is still tied up somewhere.

    4 Answers · Society & Culture · 12/05/2016

  6. I think I misinformed you on an earlier question. SSDI does use the Ticket to Work program. All you have to do is google Ticket to Work. Ticket to Work is a program which...

    2 Answers · Society & Culture · 11/11/2011

  7. It will be only your SSI that is reduced. SSI is a welfare program based on income, SSDI is an insurance program based on what your income was while working (or your parents.).

    6 Answers · Society & Culture · 06/11/2009

  8. The fact that you are pregnant shouldn't interfere with the exam but it might if they want to measure your range of motion. However you need to realize that the doctor they are sending you to is not a Social Security employee. He/she is...

    4 Answers · Society & Culture · 04/05/2012

  9. The medical evidence must show that you are so severely disabled that you are unable to work and earn $1010 in ANY type of employment and that the severity must be EXPECTED to last for at least one full year. An overview - It takes about four months to...

    6 Answers · Society & Culture · 04/05/2012

  10. Yes you can file, and yes your will probably get a refund of some of the taxes you have paid.

    3 Answers · Society & Culture · 09/12/2010

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