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Entitlement to Disabled Worker's Benefits
501.1 When are you entitled to disabled worker's benefits?
If you are a disabled worker, you are entitled to monthly cash benefits if you meet the following conditions:
Are under a disability as defined in §507;
Have disability insured status (see §207);
Have completed a five-month waiting period, unless you are exempt from this requirement (see §502); and
Have not reached full retirement age.
Your benefits begin with the first month that you meet all of the conditions above.
501.2 What are "auxiliary benefits?"
"Auxiliary benefits" are additional monthly benefits (see Chapter 3). These benefits may be payable to other family members on your earnings record if you are entitled to disabled worker's benefits. They are payable to your family members even when you are not receiving benefits because of imprisonment. (See §505(E).)
Last Revised: Jan. 16, 2004
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- When may you establish a period of disability?
- Social Security Benefits Payable
- Retirement Insurance Benefits
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- When is a surviving child entitled to child's insurance benefits?
- When is a child entitled to Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits based on disability?
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- Waiting Period
- Termination of Widow(er)'s Insurance Benefits
- When is a widow(er) entitled to father's or mother's insurance benefits?
- Entitlement of a Surviving Divorced Wife or Husband
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