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Can Immigrants Receive SSI Benefits?
Can Immigrants Receive SSI Benefits?

“Can a non-U.S. citizen receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits?” is a question that comes up frequently. Yes, it is possible for a non-U.S. citizen or an “alien” to receive SSI benefits, but he or she must meet certain criteria first. For an immigrant to receive ...

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Blog posts in Supplemental Security Income

  • SSD & SSI: How Do I Get Paid?

    Are you applying for Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income benefits? If so, and you are approved, you’re going to want to know ...

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  • Do I Qualify for SSI?

    What is Supplemental Security Income (SSI)? SSI is for individuals who have low income and not a lot of resources and who are age 65 or older, blind ...

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  • Can I Reapply for SSI?

    Suppose you applied for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) a few years ago and you were denied. You assumed there was nothing else you could do, so ...

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  • About Supplemental Security Income

    What is Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and who can get it? Like Social Security Disability , SSI is administered by the Social Security ...

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  • What's the Difference Between SSDI & SSI?

    In the United States, we have two large federal programs that provide financial assistance to people with disabilities. These programs are the Social ...

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  • What is Supplemental Security Income?

    If you are disabled and your medical condition prevents you from working, you may be interested in learning about which benefits are available for ...

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  • SSI Disability Income Limits: What Is Considered Income?

    For 2014, the federal benefit rate (FBR) is $721 a month for an individual, and $1,082 for a couple . This FBR describes the maximum benefit payment, ...

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  • Special Senses and Speech Disability: How Does The SSA Evaluate Visual Disorders?

    The SSA defines a visual order as an "abnormality of the eye, the optic nerve, the optic tracts, or the brain that my cause a loss of visual acuity or ...

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