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When are you qualified for SVB?
You are qualified for SVB if you:
Were age 65 or older on December 14, 1999, the date the law was enacted;
Are a World War II veteran (as explained in section 2704);
Were eligible for SSI benefits for December 1999, the month the law was enacted (as explained in section 2705);
File an application for SVB;
Are eligible for SSI benefits for the month in which you file an application for SVB; and
Do not have other benefit income (as explained in section 2707) that is equal to, or more than, 75 percent of the SSI Federal benefit rate.
Last Revised: Apr. 18, 2006
- What is other benefit income?
- Termination of Widow(er)'s Insurance Benefits
- Result of Delay in Filing for Benefits
- When is a parent of a deceased person entitled to parent's benefits?
- Filing for Other Benefits
- Entitlement to Retirement Insurance Benefit
- Amount of Retirement Insurance Benefit
- Rate of Withholding
- What are other requirements for SSI eligibility?
- When do father's or mother's insurance benefits end?
- Who is entitled to child's insurance benefits?
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