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JT Special Prison Report 29:
Disability, SSI, and Social Security

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Disability, SSI, and Social Security: What are inmates entitled to?

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Disability, SSI, and Social Security: What are inmates entitled to?

A JT Special Prison Report enlightening the reader as to what benefits, if any, a federal prison inmate has concerning social security (SS), supplemental security income (SSI), and social security disability benefits. When a defendant enters a federal prison all social security benefits cease. He or his family will not receive any social security benefits based on his prior eligibility. His spouse or children may receive benefits based on their prior eligibility, but not his. When will these benefits be terminated? What about supplemental security income and social security disability benefits? Will the federal prison inmate receive these? When will his social security benefits start again? Will they automatically start or does he have to do initiate the process? Where and when does he start it?

This JT Special Prison Report is a social security benefit primer for all federal prison inmates. It explains the process, the benefits, the timetable, and the earnings requirements. What are SS, SSI, and SS Disability and who is entitled to the benefits of these programs? What is the Pre-Release Agreement and how does it benefit the federal prison inmate? What must a federal prison facility do to help the inmate? All these questions and more are answered in this JT Special Prison Report.

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