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Q: I just won an SSD overpayment case. How can I recover my July 2019 payment that was taken from me?
Scott F Bocchio
Scott F Bocchio answered on Dec 30, 2019

I would suggest that you contact your local Social Security Administrative office and present that question to them. They should have an estimated time frame for when you will receive payment. Congratulations!

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Q: Hi, I have to give back money to Social Security. It is money that I don't have. I feel it's not my fault.

I have reported my income each month like I'm supposed to do.

Katelyn M. Burke
Katelyn M. Burke answered on Apr 9, 2019

You have a few options here. If you do not think you were overpaid, you can request a reconsideration of the determination. If instead, which it sounds like here, you believe you may have been overpaid, but it is not your fault, you can ask for a waiver of the overpayment and complete SSA Form 632,... Read more »

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Q: how hard is it to collect ssdi at 62
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Apr 6, 2019

Depends entirely on your change in abilities and how that affects your employment. Remember, it's not the inability to do your old job but you have to be unable to do any job that exists for medical reasons. Is there a reason why you can't, for example, take tickets at a parking lot?

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1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law, Tax Law and Social Security for Connecticut on
Q: Is there any way to get a temporary SSN ?

Hi, I have a question about the authorization to work.

I am in a process to get the permanent residence, because my husband is an american citizen, but I have been waiting for the SSN around three months and I have not received anything yet. So, is there any way to get a temporary SSN... Read more »

Hector E. Quiroga
Hector E. Quiroga answered on Aug 28, 2018

Once you get the work authorization, you can apply for a social security number. It may take four or five months to get the work authorization.

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