CAN NON-CITIZENS RECEIVE SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS? PART 3

If you was denied SSD/SSI Benefits we can help with out self-help eBook.

If you was denied Social Security Disability/SSI Benefits we can help with out self-help eBook.

years of filing for SSI. However, you may only be eligible for SSI for a period of seven years:

  • Section 207 of the INA is under refugee status
  • Section 208 of the INA under asylum status
  • Sections 243(h) or 241(b)(3) of the INA (respectively) under alien status whose deportation or removal stayed
  • Section 501(e) of the Refugee Education Assistance Act of 1980, or Cuban or Haitian status
  • Section 584 of the amended Foreign Operations, under “Amerasian immigrant” status Export Financing, and Related Programs Appropriate Act of 1988 under
  • However, you may be able to receive SSI for more than seven years even if you are in one of this immigration classification if you can prove one of the additional conditions discussed above OR
  • Make sure you meet the requirements for the two or three year extension under P.S. 110-328 (enacted October 1, 2008), and
  • Make sure you can prove you are a qualifying or U.S. citizenship and have a good effort faith to obtain citizenship

Native Americans Non-Citizen

Native Americans Non-Citizen are eligible for SSI Benefits:

  • If a person is born in Canada under to the United States under Section 289 of the INA, OR
  • If you are a non-citizen member of an Indian tribe Identified by the United States that falls under Section 4(e) of the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act

As Well as Alien Categories Eligible for SSI Benefits:

SSI Benefits may be offer for non-citizens who are victims of human trafficking or who are Afghani or Iraqi to present in the United States under special immigrant status.

Need Proof For Immigration Status

When you apply for SSI you must submit proof to the Social Security Administration immigration for status. Below are some documents you need provide to Social Security Disability Office.

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CAN NON-CITIZENS RECEIVE SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS? PART 2

The self-guidance e-Book to find out what you need to know about SSD/SSI Disability.

The self-guidance e-Book to find out what you need to know about Social Security Disability/SSI Disability.

  • If you are an active duty United States Military or have an honorable discharge from the military that is not related to your immigration status.
  • You received SSI and lawfully living in the United States on or prior to August 22, 1996.
  • If you are a lawfully in the United States on August 22, 1996, and blind or disabled.

When you apply for SSI, you may be eligible to use work done by your parents or spouse to have 40 quarters of the work requirement. If you enter the U.S. after August 22, 1996, and have Lawfully Admitted for Permanent Residence status, you may be eligible for SSI for your first five years as a Lawfully Admitted for Permanent Residence.

More Additional Conditions

When you are an eligible immigrant and meet the disability requirements, if you can prove you meet one of the following conditions below in order to receive benefits:

  • Requirements include being a permanent resident and must have at least 40 qualifying quarters of work
  • you are currently on active duty in the U.S. military or must have an honorable discharge not related to your immigration status
  • you were receiving SSI and lawfully citizen residing in the U.S. on or before August 22, 1996, or
  • you were a lawful citizen in the U.S. on or before August 22, 1996, and you are blind or disabled

When you apply for SSI, you may use your parents or spouse work to meet the 40 quarters of credits requirement. If you arrive in the U.S. on or after August 22, 1996, and have LAPR status, you might not be eligible for SSI Benefits for at least first five years as an LAPR.

Limits on Benefits

There may be several limitations to your benefits based on your immigration status. If you are going to granted one of the following immigration statuses within seven

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CAN NON-CITIZENS RECEIVE SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS? Part 1

Please look at the chart and answer the questions to see if you qualify for SSD/SSI Benefits!

Please look at the chart and answer the questions to see if you qualify for SSD/SSI Benefits!

Immigrants, refugees, asylees permanent resident, and other qualified aliens perhaps can be eligible for SSI Disability under certain, regulations and conditions.

Supplemental Security Income Disability Benefits are for all qualifying U.S. citizens; however none resident’s citizens are sometimes allowed eligible for benefits. This includes nations, aliens, and people who are non-citizens. Usually, a general rule is a qualified immigrant who is perhaps getting deportation or removed from the U.S. is not eligible for disability.

Immigration applicant must prove they are disabled and meets income and asset tests required for SSI Disability. If your sponsor’s income and assets will determine your SSI Disability eligibility.

Qualification for Aliens

The definition of qualified alien is when they are eligible for SSI Benefits. The Department of Homeland Security describes a qualified alien as follows below.

  • If you are lawfully admitted, permanent resident. Which means Amerasian Immigrants.
  • A person leally entered the United States on or before April 1, 1980, please see Section 203(a)(7) for the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
  • If a person is paroled in the United States. for one year pursuant to Section 212(d)(5) of the Immigration and Nationality Act.
  • Refugee admitted to the United States under Section 207 of the Immigration and Nationality Act.
  • Section 208 of the Immigration and Nationality Act a person is given asylum.
  • If you are deported or removed is being stayed under Sections 243(h) (before April 1, 1997) or 241(b)(3).
  • Cuban or Haitian of the Refugee Education Assistant Act of 1980 by Section 501(e) will be treated for SSI purposes.

Often times you can become deemed qualified alien, if you or your child, suffered from domestic violence or extreme cruelty by the hands of a relative while a person is in the United States.

Additional Eligibility Conditions

For example, if you are an eligible immigrant then you meet the disability requirements and must prove you are disabled for your SSI Benefits.

  • If you are a permanent resident and have 40 qualifying quarters of work history.

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Social Security Disability Tips: Part 3

When am I getting approved for my SSD/SSI Benefits?

When am I getting approved for my SSD/SSI Benefits?

status of your claim by calling the Social Security Disability Office.

  • After the disability examiner reviews your medical document and denied your application for disability benefits, then another disability examiner will review your medical documents for a reconsideration appeal, the next step will be a disability hearing.

Most Attorney’s whether you to file for lower levels of the SSD/SSI system, after that they whether represent you at the hearing level. Claimants can improve their chances of winning disability benefits by hiring an experienced disability lawyer, advocate, or self-guidance book to prepare for your case and to present your case in front of an Administrative Law Judge at the hearing. Having an attorney representing you, statistics show a 60 percent chance of being approved and 40 percent chance if you appear unrepresented. In my experience, a self-guidance book helped me get approved for my Social Security Disability Appeal case without an Attorney or a scheduled court date hearing. Plus some attorney’s wait for a scheduled court date hearing which can take years.

A self-help guidance book and competent disability representative can really help you evaluate your case to determine any weaknesses in your medical history documents, and to ensure you submit all recent medical documents for the judge review prior to the hearing.

Make sure your representative is qualified to be able to prove your case at the initial claim or appeal claim level. The representative should have knowledge of the Social Security Disability rulings, regulations, and the medical vocational rules. Also, know what the grid means and direct decisions of disabled or not disabled, the representative must be able to have a strong argument for approval.

Your representative can point out errors in the disability examiner’s original decision that prevent you from winning disability benefits the first time you applied. Make sure your representative can illustrate your particular physical or mental limitations that will you reduce the number of jobs you can qualify for which a decision it to award you benefits.

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