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My experience at Sterling Heights MI Social Security Office – shar

Your Experience: Terrible. Young man tells me that he see all my information in the computer but rules have changed and I cannot collect my deceased husbands widow benefits even thou back in 1999 I checked with the soc security office and was told I had to wait until I was 60 years of age. My husband had inquired before dying about this and we were both informed that since I had no children with him at the time I was to young 45 even thou he was 61 when he died and my information was already submitted with correspondence from the soc security office of eligibility at age 60
Your Social Security Office City: Sterling Heights
Your Social Security Office State: Michigan
Your Wait Time: 1.5 hours
Your Name (Can Be Annomous): shar

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  1. I would like to make an appointment to visit your 29 Davenport St Somerville location to get earnings report and to apply for Retirement. I tried online but it will not accept my personal information. I’ve tried many times to connect over the phone with the 1800-772-1213 but it continually disconnects me. Can I visit without an appointment?

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