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SSI: Applying For

After The Interview

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See: The Timetable Of An SSI Application for what you can do to help speed the process toward a positive outcome.

Watch your mail. During the application process, Social Security is likely to send you questionnaires, information, and notices of consultative exams. If you miss or delay replying to these requests, your application will be delayed and your file may even be closed.

If you plan to be out of town, make sure someone is watching your mail and forwarding anything from Social Security to you.

Ultimately, you will receive a Notice of Award or a Notice of Denial. To learn more, see: Notice Of Award Or Denial.

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