So I go to credit karma to make acc. They tell me a acc already made with a email. And told me what email. My biological fathers. And so on. Apparently goes on it everyday? Why? My credit. I’m 25. I am mentally disable. Growing up. I guess as a aunt said. He used me for debt. Wells Fargo credit... Read more »
If someone has misused your Social Security number or other personal information to create credit or other problems for you, then you need to take action right away. Go to IdentityTheft.gov - it is a website managed by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) - and they will help you with a recovery...Read more »
I had to quit my job in June. He got kicked out of two day cares because of being extremely violent towards other kids and staff. He choked a kid at Boys and Girls Club and broke a kids eye glasses. He was also hitting. He is very violent towards others. We are currently doing regular check ups... Read more »
You are so right to explore whether your son could qualify for child SSI.
SSI is a needs-based program, so there are limited income and resource requirements. Disability underChild SSI is defined as the child having physical or psychological impairment(s) that very seriously limits his...Read more »
If your husband is incarcerated for more than 30 continuous days,, his SSDI benefits will be suspended and only the auxiliary benefits to you as his spouse and his children will continue as long as they meet the eligibility requirement. Knowing this, hopefully you can work out what you need to do...Read more »
Yes, you should apply for Child SSI for your disabled son who lives with you. Income and resource requirements must be met for your son to be eligible. Your child must also meet the definition of disability for Child SSI which is a child is he has a medically determinable physical or mental...Read more »
I work a very physical job lifting and hammering and I am 62 years old and it may be suspect If I can return to work doing that physical work again. Would I have a good chance of collecting DD Disability?
Yes, you can apply for Social Security disability based on your impairments. When you apply, include all of your impairments, both physical and psychological. Also include symptoms, such as pain and include any side-effects from your medications. Social Security will consider all of these factors...Read more »
Justia has a "Find a Lawyer" search to help you find lawyers who handle SSDI appeals. You can also contact the National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives (NOSSCR) and use their lawyer referral service for free at 845-682-1881.
To be insured for Social Security benefits, you must have paid self-employment taxes (SECA) to earn the number of credits you need. Anyone who earns 40 credits in ten years has met the work credit requirement and is insured for full benefits. Net earnings for Social Security are your gross earnings...Read more »
I had a lawyer file my initial application but I see now it wasn't filed correctly. I had no knowledge before about the date last insured which is 2015 and I have not worked since 2011. I do have assets so it makes things even worse and now from a car accident, I'm crippled up even worse... Read more »
Are you still represented in your Social Security claim by the lawyer who filed the initial application? If so, talk to the lawyer about what needs to be corrected. Even if you are not currently represented, you can amend your alleged onset date to the date you stopped working in 2011 which is...Read more »
No, it is not mandatory that a teacher complete a Teacher Questionnaire. However, please consider completing either the questionnaire or a letter to describe your former student's functioning because the information you provide is an important part of the disability assessment. For more...Read more »
You can request a replacement Social Security Number (SSN) card online from Social Security. Just create your personal my Social Security account and request the replacement card. See https://www.ssa.gov/myaccount/replacement-card.html.
I got pulled over they ran my plates and they were flagged they said somebody use my social to commit a crime but would not give me any more info since they used my social don't I have a right to know the act or the person who used my social
Since you suspect someone is using your Social Security number and may be committing identity fraud, you should immediately report the incident to the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) at their website IdentityTheft.gov. Social Security also recommends that you review earnings posted to your...Read more »
Father was underpaying me while my son was in high school and the transition house. He aged out last year. We have been in court for 5 years trying to collect the right amount of support. We go back to court to finalize underpayment and my son was approved for ssi. However, because the monies was... Read more »
Social Security counter child support as unearned income for purposes of calculating the child's SSI benefits. However, Social Security does not always count the entire child support payment as unearned income. If a child support recipient is younger than 18 (or 22, if she is still in school),...Read more »
I completed the sentence a year ago. I can't get anyone in the judicial system to provide documentation (origin copy) that I am not in a detention center. I am 65 years old and need the benefit. I don't know what to do.
I have asked prison representatives for the information... Read more »
You can provide Social Security a copy of your prison release documents as proof you completed your incarceration. If you do not have the documents, contact the prison's representative to request the documents.
Sending copies of your bank statements to Social Security may be enough to prove that you spend the funds that put you over the resource limit. However, Social Security may also ask for receipts of items or services that you purchased during spend down. You can also let them know about what...Read more »
Yes, Social Security generally does not pay Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients during confinement for a crime in jail, prison or certain other public institutions. See, https://www.ssa.gov/pubs/EN-05-10133.pdf.
For SSI benefits, the law states that you cannot...Read more »
Your 11 month wait for a disability decision from Social Security is about what I have been experiencing with my clients' cases since COVID. You can either call Social Security and ask about the status of your case or you can go to My Social Security and check for updates online.
Hi I am a 44 year old woman who worked at Walmart 26 years hard labor. At the moment I have severe arthritis in my right hip pending hip replacement as well as arthritis in my left hip and both knees and thumbs. I have been off since last April due to my job not allowing me to work with... Read more »
The law defines disability under Social Security as the inability to do any substantial gainful activity by reason of any medically determinable physical or mental impairment which can be expected to result in death or which has lasted or can be expected to last for a continuous period of not less...Read more »
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