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Award Letter
Nov 12, 2011
... FULLY FAVORABLE" is not your award letter. This is what you receive from the administrative judge giving his decision after the hearing. In the notice give above it means that you have won. ... (22 replies)
... Hi, congrats on winning. I got my award letter 8 days after Social Security called me to say I had won. ... (12 replies)
... Thanks for your comments on the award letter . Your right at least I know I got approved thanks again have a good day. ... (12 replies)

... my laywer told me on aug 16,2010 i was approved for ssdi in the reconsideration stage. Can anyone tell me when i will get a call from social security or when i will get the approval letter are award letter? ... (12 replies)
... I got my SSDI award letter today, and there were nothing I did not expect as far as the amount of benefits and disability onset date. ... (6 replies)
... the 3rd of the month which seems strange to me because I thought they went by the Wednesday schedule depending on when you birthday is, not with me I guess. The letter told me to also expect my medicare card in 4 weeks. ... (2 replies)
Award Letter
Nov 15, 2011
... in California. It is a waiting time until the form is processed which was sent in on the 3rd of October. No decision letter or award letter has been mailed. My son does not have any earned income , he gets the adult benefit off my record because I am on SSDI and it is not over the SSI amount. ... (22 replies)
Award Letter
Nov 14, 2011
... My SSDI approval letter, not my notification of award letter, stated my CDR interval. ... (22 replies)
... For SSDI there is a 5 month wait after the disability application for benefits to start. ... (28 replies)
... The exact order after after ALJ hearing for me was: 1) Notified by attorney of fully favorable decision within 2-3 weeks 2) Received letter of approval in writing ~2 weeks afterwards 3) Back-pay 4) Award letter 5) First SSDI montly check 5) Medicare Card (13 replies)
... I do not remember how long it took to get the award letter. Keep checking your bank account , because your backpay could show up any day now. This is what happened to me. ... (13 replies)
... did it take SS to send you out the notice of award letter. I was approved approx. 2 months ago. I did finally get an approval letter but have not heard anything else from SS since. ... (13 replies)
... snewb, are you having to live on $578.00 minus the medicare part B premium? There is no way anyone could survive on this. What other income do you have? (22 replies)
... I know that every state is different.. But, I got on medicare right away too. Both A and B. I don't have to pay a premium each month, and have a higher amount of SSDI . I am wondering if you would be eligble for SSI too? ... (22 replies)
... Part A is free. The premium is for Part B. You can decline that if you want. If you have insurance already that insurance would most likely be primary. I declined Part B. (22 replies)
... Just got the award letter for ssdi and it says"You are entitled to a monthly benefit of $578.00." Then it says "Amounts we subtracted because of premiums for medical insurance $115.00" So my monthly check is $463. I assume this is for medicare part A? Do I have a choice or is this mandatory? Slight "sticker shock" here.:eek: (22 replies)
... I got my award letter from SSDI, and SSI is still in the process and if I am approved for a little SSI will I get more backtime? ... (5 replies)
SSI/SSDI Backpay
Dec 12, 2010
... They said they will send a nother award letter when they are done figuring my SSDI backpay. How do they determine how much backpay I will get from SSDI? ... (3 replies)
... Unfortunately response times, letter dates, payment dates, etc are unpredictable. ... (12 replies)
... Hi, it has taken me a total of 2 1/2 years. I won at the reconsideration level of my second case. I am in Texas too, and it is supposed to be one of the faster states. Here is my timeline: First Case Dec. 2007 - Became Disabled May 2008 - Filed for SSDI Jun. 2008 - First Denial July 2008 - Denial on Reconsideration Jun. 2009 - Hearing with ALJ Sep. 2009 -... (12 replies)

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