If you’re considering filing for Supplemental Security Income (SSI), this might be the time to speak with an Orlando SSI attorney. We’re walking through information you’ll need to submit your application and common questions you might want to ask your attorney.
What Are The Requirements to Be Eligible to Apply For Disability Online?
You may be eligible to file for SSI online if you meet the following requirements:
- Between 18 and 65 years old
- Have never been married
- Aren’t blind
- You’re a U.S. citizen living in one of the fifty states, District of Columbia, or the Northern Mariana Islands
- Haven’t previously applied for or received SSI benefits
- You’re applying for SSDI at the same time as your SSI claim
Check if you’re eligible to receive Social Security Disability Benefits here.
How Can I Apply for SSI?
You can apply for SSI online, in some circumstances, or in-person at your local Social Security office. You’ll need additional information for your application, such as date and place of birth, Social Security number, bank or other financial institution information, and other details. Check the SSI application webpage for a full list of what you’ll need for your application.
How Can a Child (Under Age 18) Apply for Disability Benefits?
The child’s parent or guardian will be required to fill out an Application for SSI and a Child Disability Report. It’s recommended for parents to contact Social Security by phone or in-person to complete the application during a scheduled appointment.
How Can I Contact An Orlando SSI Attorney?
At Culbertson Law, we strive to help our clients with each unique claim. Contact us today to discuss these questions and more with your Orlando SSI attorney. We’ll be happy to set up a free consultation to answer your questions and to better understand your needs.