How do I deal with SSA?
3 attorney answers
I suggest you contact your Congressperson right away if you are unable to get an immediate commitment to restart your benefits.
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I would contact SSA to get an explanation regarding the termination of your benefits and to confirm what your liaison has told you. Then I’d put this in writing and send your disagreement with the termination in to SSA. Keep a copy for yourself.
I agree with Mr. Maitland. And while you do not say how long this has been going on, at some point, after six months of no resolution perhaps, you can reach out to your US congressperson or senator for assistance. Congressional inquiries often get their attention.
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