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In addition to the initial claims process, there are post-adjudicative processes for both Social Security and SSI disability beneficiaries. These processes include re-determinations and benefit adjustments for SSI recipients, continuing disability reviews, and the monitoring of work activity. Under Social Security law, all Social Security and SSI disability cases must be reviewed from time to time to make sure that people receiving benefits continue to meet the disability requirements.
Also, the benefits should continue in payment status under either or both the child's and/or the father's record unless there is strong proof that a person's impairment has medically improved and that he is able to return to work. Otherwise, benefits stop 3 months after the beneficiary is notified that his disability ended.
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