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$1,537 in 2 Days: SSDI Payment Arrival Dates & Eligibility Rules

SSDI Payment Dates and Eligibility Criteria

Exclusions and Qualification Requirements

The US Sun reports that the first of three direct payments totaling $1,537 will be sent to millions of Americans in just 48 hours. These payouts are a component of the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program. Over the following few weeks the Social Security Administration (SSA) will disburse these payments to qualified recipients; the first wave will arrive in bank accounts on July 10. The recipients of the July 10 payment must have been born within the first ten days of any given month in order to be eligible. On July 17 payouts will be made to those who were born between the eleventh and twentieth of any given month. Those whose birthdays fall between July 21 and July 31 will finally receive their payments on July 24.

There are certain exclusions though. The SSDI payment round is not open to recipients of Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or those who began receiving benefits before May 1997. The exact amount may vary depending on each person’s work history and the age at which they registered for benefits but the average SSDI payment will be $1,537. In order to be eligible for SSDI payments a person must fulfill two requirements. They must first meet the requirements for a disability as defined by Social Security due to a medical condition. Consequently, their condition must prevent them from engaging in substantial gainful activity (SGA) labor. Along with being predicted to endure at least a year or cause death the impairment must also preclude someone from doing any past employment or transitioning to alternative work. Second, in order to receive enough labor credits under Social Security the worker has to have worked for the agency for a significant amount of time and recently. It is usually necessary to have 40 credits, 20 of which must have been obtained in the ten years prior to the claim being submitted. Depending on the age of the candidate different credits may be required.

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$1,537 in 2 Days: SSDI Payment Arrival Dates & Eligibility Rules (PHOTO:

Millions to Receive $1,537 SSDI Payments Starting July 10

Furthermore, for those who do not qualify for SSDI payments or are on a low income, additional support is available through SSI and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits. The Social Security Administration is also set to expand SSI access on September 30, providing more opportunities for financial assistance. SSI payments are determined by income, the number of children, and other benefits received. It’s crucial for those in need to be aware of these programs to help make ends meet.

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