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Am confined to my home ,, unable to get to our local Social Security Office

Q) I am a 100% VA disabled veteran, (permanent, total and confined to my home) due to combat wounds received in Korea and South Viet Nam. Am confined to my home (declared home bound) and am unable to get to our local Social Security Office as all available telephone numbers have been disconnected or ring busy all day during normal hours.

Have waited on a 800 telephone line for over 6 hours waiting for someone to answer. I finally got through after calling 8 times and waiting on the telephone for over 12 hours. I reported my dear wife’s death and they were to have called me back with instructions. It has been over two weeks and no telephone call.

Please, Sir, is there not a way I can make an appointment with our local Social Security Office here in Fayetteville, NC and go in and get this done properly without having to wait hours and hours on a telephone and getting nothing done, as no one answers it or I am disconnected with a fast busy signal. IT MUST BE DONE and I CANNOT get it done Please help me with some valid instructions or make me an appointment at my local Social Security Office. I do not know what to do.

I went to my local Social Security Office and waited 7 hours in line and they closed the door on me telling me to come back after the holidays. Please remember, I am totally disabled and needed to be admitted in a medical facility after waiting so long.

Cannot some kind soul PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS TRAVESTY! So I can get this done properly. I can get a neighbor to take me to one (appointment) at most any time.

A) We hope you local Social Security office will reach out to you to review your case. We also hope you can get some assistance from family or friends in accompanying you to your local social office and speak on your behalf if you cannot reach them by phone. Please also reach out to your local VA office for assistance.

If mail in documents required to get a copy of SS card. Will this be returned?

Q) If mail in documents required to get a copy of SS card, example original birth certificate, will this be returned? A) For any post mail requests, the Social Security Administration requires that you send in original documents or copies certified by the agency that issued the document. Photocopies, even if notarized, are not accepted.… Continue Reading

if my wife’s social security benefits is greater then mine would i receive hers?

Q) if my wife’s social security benefits is greater then mine would i receive hers? A) Under Social Security’s “deemed filing” rule, most married people are required to file simultaneously for retirement and spousal benefits — when you claim one, you are deemed to be claiming the other. Social Security will pay you the bigger… Continue Reading

HOW CAN I GET A PRINTOUT OF MY SOCIAL SECURITY REWARDS LETTER

Q) HOW CAN I GET A PRINTOUT OF MY SOCIAL SECURITY REWARDS LETTER A) You can request a copy of your award notice from the Social Security Administration by calling them toll free at 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778) or by contacting your local office. If a copy is not available, they can provide you with an official letter… Continue Reading

What paperwork do I need to send to the Social Security office with my W-4V form?

Q) What paperwork do I need to send to the Social Security office with my W-4V form? A) According to the IRS: you may use the W-4V form to ask the payer to withhold federal income tax. Unemployment compensation (including Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act (RUIA) payments), Social security benefits, Social security equivalent Tier 1 railroad retirement benefits,… Continue Reading

Is it possible to get a document for DDS to receive a new birth certificate ? License is expired and only needs to be renewed.

Q) Is it possible to get a document for DDS to receive a new birth certificate ? License is expired and only needs to be renewed. A) To replace your birth certificate. Find the vital records office in the state where you were born. Check to find out if you can obtain a certified copy of your… Continue Reading

I have continued to work after drawing full retirement, benefit has not increased.

Q) I have continued to work after drawing full retirement, and have been paying into the system. My benefit has not increased. Why? A) According to the Social Security Administration website; You can work while you receive Social Security retirement (or survivors) benefits. When you do, it could mean a higher benefit for you in the future.… Continue Reading

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