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How can I check the states of my disability application?

Q) How can I check the states of my disability application

A)  If you applied for benefits, you can check the status of your application online.

Your application status shows: 
The date we received your application;
Any requests for additional documents;
The address of the office processing your application; and
If a decision has been made.
If you receive an error, it may be because:You entered an incorrect Social Security number or confirmation number;
You did not complete the application; or
We made a final decision on your application more than four months ago.
If anything prevents you from checking your application status online, call us at 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778) between 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday.



3 Responses to How can I check the states of my disability application?

  1. I have been trying for TWO YEARS to make contact with SSA re my pension. I have eMailed, telephoned and written letters as well as havion g my bank FAX documents according to your directives. NONE were ever acknowledged or responded to. I have changed my address and all future mail from SSA will soon be returned to SSAA «address unknown». THis is a ridiculous situation and ALL phone numbers provided on your dysfunctional website are not usable in Canada.

    PLEASE contact me and provide some means of EFFECTIVELY changing by address and banking route.

    Thank You,

    Freeman D*****
    8****0 W*****e Road
    L****h, BC
    v9g 1×4
    CANADA

    Please DO NOT refer me to the US Consulate in Vancouver as they NEVER answer their phone!

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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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  1. I have a son, age 19, diagnosed with Autism at a young age. He has a caseworker through the Department of Human Services which has provided him with Medical Assistance health coverage. I was told by his case manager that now that he is 19 years old that he had to apply for Social Security. The case manager told me he will be denied, but that it was required of him to apply. I am trying to find out what form to file out in order for him to apply for Social Security benefits. Can someone please send me a link or directions on what form I need to fill out.

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