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Will I still recieve my benefits?

Right now I am 17 years old and receiving survivors benefits. Every month on the third I recieve my benefits. My birthday is February 28th. Since I turn 18 at the end of the month, and my benefits come on the third, will I still receive the benefits for February?

Updated : January 22, 2010 by Guest

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I was recieving benefits when

May 17, 2011 by Guest

I was recieving benefits when my father passed away once i got out of high school i stopped recieving it. I am now in college and have been for 1yr. Can i still recieve the survivors benefit since I am back in school?

Thank you

Survivor benefits while in college

May 18, 2011 by David Luhman

You may want to confirm directly with the SSA, but this seems unlikely.

Please see this post :

Child benefits and reaching age 18

January 25, 2010 by David Luhman

I suspect you'll receive a benefit for February, but please check with the SSA for confirmation.

Please note the following on benefits for children age 18 and older :

Three months before your child's 18th birthday, we will send you a notice that benefits will end at age 18 unless your child is a full-time student at a secondary ( or elementary) school. If your child is younger than 19 and still attending a secondary or elementary school, he or she must notify us by completing a statement of attendance that has been certified by a school official. The benefits then will usually continue until he or she graduates, or until two months after reaching age 19, whichever comes first.

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