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How Long Can I Be Enrolled?
Posted in: Benefits on August 29th, 2011

disability enrollmentWhile both Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income are generally supposed to be for those who have permanent disabilities, the fact of the matter is that not all medical conditions last forever.  Social security needs to make allowances for those who end up getting better, or those who have an uncertain prognosis.

Just because there is a chance that your disability may get better does not mean that you are automatically disqualified from either Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Insurance.

How Does Enrollment Work?

Depending on how your hearing goes and the nature of your disability, the amount of time that passes between case reviews will be different.  No matter what kind of disability you have, you will experience a review at some point.  It just depends on how much time goes between reviews – generally, the more severe the disability, the longer the time between reviews.  The following is a list of how time between disability reviews tends to be calculated:

  • If medical improvement is “expected,” there are case reviews every six to 18 months.
  • If medical improvement is “possible,” there are case reviews every three years.
  • If medical improvement is “not expected,” your case will be reviewed in seven years.

What jurisdiction your disability falls under depends on the extent of your disability and your inability to work.  Usually, individuals who have Supplemental Security Income have longer periods between case reviews than those receiving Social Security Disability Insurance, but this is not always the case.  The process of applying for disability is different for each person – as is the amount of time between case reviews.

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