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I am a US citizen currently receiving SS Retirement
I am a US citizen currently receiving SS Retirement benefits. I married a Canadian lady two years ago, age 74, who will get her US "green card" shortly. She will get a SS# ***** will get a spousal retirement benefit. Will she also qualify for Medicare and if so, when?
What is the eligibility criteria qualified . My friends in
What is the eligibility criteria for getting qualified for medicaid. My friends in laws are lawful permanent residents here since 2011 april.Their green card sponsored by their son. Now they can apply for health insurance. One of them is 78 and other 70 years old.
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I have been raising my son on my own last 3 years and his
I have been raising my son on my own for the last 3 years and his father just qualified for disability, which then made my son eligible for back pay and now monthly. I am trying to understand what I am allowed to use the back pay on and how much am I allowed to account for his living expenses.I would like to use the back money to pay off the credit card debt that I have, it is essentially what I used to keep us afloat.
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I turned 65 in 4/16. I am planning to work employer till
I turned 65 in 4/16. I am planning to work for my employer till 4/2017. I am covered by the employers health plan. The employer has 11 employees. (Everything I read talks about an employer with more than 20 employees) Health Plan is UHC.Can I wait till 4/2017 to sign up with social security and medicare? i.e. do nothing till 4/2017. Do I have to sign up for Part A and can I reject part B now? Do I have to sign up for Part A and Part B now? If yes, then do I need to get a Medicare supplement or can I wait till 2017?
My mother is 85 years old. She was born in the U.S., but hasView more social security questions
My mother is 85 years old. She was born in the U.S., but has lived in Canada for the last 50 years. We want to move her back to the U.S. She is also a Canadian citizen. I live in the U.S. and want to renew her American passport which I have and has expired since February 20, 1973. I also have her birth certificate but do not know her social security number so I can't apply for an American passport without one plus I don't think she can get medicare without a social security #. What should I do?
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