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I made a account to get my award letter but it’s not working.

Q) I made a account to get my award letter but it’s not working.

A) The benefit verification letter, sometimes called a “benefits letter,” or a “Social Security award letter,” serves as proof of your retirement, disability, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), or Medicare benefits. It also serves as proof that you have applied for benefits or that you have never received Social Security benefits or SSI.
To get your benefits letter:
1 Sign in to or Create a
my Social Security account.
2 Select the blue Replacement Documents link on
the right side of the screen.
3 Select Get a Benefit Verification Letter
and customize your letter to suit your needs.
4 Select Apply to Letter when you’re finished.
5 Print your letter by selecting Print Now or save it
by selecting Save a Copy. Close the pop-up box
when you’re done!

IF you are having difficulty with your Social Security Account please call the SCA at 1-800-772-1213

2 Responses to I made a account to get my award letter but it’s not working.

  1. You can get your verification of income letter online on the http://www.ssa.gov website. According to the Social Security Administration:

    The benefit verification letter, sometimes called a “benefits letter,” or a “Social Security award letter,” serves as proof of your retirement, disability, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), or Medicare benefits. It also serves as proof that you have applied for benefits or that you have never received Social Security benefits or SSI.

    You may also use your letter as proof for loans, housing assistance, mortgage, and for other income verification purposes.

    A Social Security benefit verification letter includes:

    your name,
    date of birth, and
    the benefit you receive from us.
    Sign in to your my Social Security account to get your copy

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  1. According to Social Security Administration website – You can check on your disability claim application status on line. This online service allows you to check the status of your completed retirement, survivor or disability application. Please allow 5 days from the date you originally filed your application before you use this service. https://secure.ssa.gov/apps6z/IAPS/applicationStatus

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