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If you have fully insured status, can you receive all types of benefits?
Insured status is required before you can receive any type of benefit. "Fully insured status" is only one requirement for determining whether you receive a particular type of benefit. However, it does not mean that you can receive all types of benefits on your Social Security record, nor does it have anything to do with the amount of benefits that are paid. (See §211.)
Last Revised: Aug. 1, 2006
- Qualifying for Social Security Benefits
- Insured Status Requirements
- Currently Insured Status Defined
- Social Security Handbook Index: Letter Q
- Special Monthly Payment at 72
- Fully Insured Status Defined
- Periods of Disability and Insured Status
- Special Insured Status-Disabled Before Age 31
- When do you have disability insured status?
- Summary Chart of Requirements for Insured Status
- Determining Insured Status
- What is a "period of disability?"
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