A) I need more information on why you stopped receiving SSDI benefits to give you an accurate answer. However, here are some possible reasons why you may have stopped receiving SSDI benefits:
- You recovered from your disability.
- You reached full retirement age.
- You are no longer a U.S. resident.
- You were incarcerated for more than 30 days.
- You committed fraud.
If you are unsure why you stopped receiving SSDI benefits, you should contact the Social Security Administration (SSA). They can review your case and provide you with an explanation.
To start receiving SSDI benefits again, you will need to file a new application with the SSA. You will need to provide documentation to support your claim, such as medical records and work history. The SSA will review your application and determine if you are eligible for benefits.
If you are approved for SSDI benefits, you will typically start receiving benefits within 60 days. However, this can vary depending on your individual circumstances.
Here are some things you can do to increase your chances of being approved for SSDI benefits:
- Gather all of your supporting documentation before you file your application. This includes medical records, work history, and any other documentation that supports your claim.
- Be honest and accurate in your application. Do not exaggerate your symptoms or disabilities.
- Be cooperative with the SSA throughout the application process. This includes attending any medical examinations or interviews that they schedule.
If you have any questions about the SSDI application process, you can contact the SSA for assistance.