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I AM AGE 62. I WAS WAS PUT ON RETIREMENT SOCIAL SECURITY NAD WAS DROPPED FROM MEDICAID. I WAS ON SSI DISABILITY FOR 15 YEARS BEFORE AGE 62. IS IT CORRECT FOR ME TO BE DROPPED FROM MEDICAID BECAUSE OF MY AGE?
Response: No. Also, you may have wrong information. Your SSDI (disability benefit) can only be converted to regular retirement benefits if you have reached your full retirement age and NOT when you reached age 62. At age 65, you become eligible for Medicare. So, you cannot be taken off Medicaid when you are not yet eligible for Medicare. So, you need to go to local office of Social Security Administration and sit down with a Claim Specialist to review your records and see what is going on.