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When do you have disability insured status?
You have disability insured status if you:
Have at least 20 credits during a 40-calendar quarter period (the 20/40 rule);
The 40-calendar quarter period ends with the quarter that you are determined to be disabled; and
You are fully insured in that calendar quarter as explained in §203
Last Revised: Aug. 9, 2005
- Special Insured Status-Disabled Before Age 31
- Currently Insured Status Defined
- When does your period of disability begin?
- Fully Insured Status Defined
- Insured Status Requirements
- Waiting Period
- Periods of Disability and Insured Status
- When may you establish a period of disability?
- Summary Chart of Requirements for Insured Status
- When are calendar quarters NOT counted for determining Social Security credits?
- Qualifying for Social Security Benefits
- Social Security Benefits Payable
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