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When is a child automatically entitled on a second earnings record?
A child entitled to benefits on one earnings record is automatically entitled on a second earnings record if:
The child is eligible for benefits on the second earnings record; and
The child eligible for benefits on both earnings records applies for benefits on the second earnings record.
Last Revised: March, 2001
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