Backdating benefit


23-Jun-2016 17:29

You can request that we reconsider our decision by letter or email.If you are still not satisfied with our response, you can appeal again in writing or by email.I am shocked that this option wasn't presented to her. The husband (current, ex, or deceased) would have had to have worked in covered employment (in the United States or out) the requisite period of time to qualify for his own benefits. Was he a government worker or teacher who was never covered?Note, in order to receive spousal or survivor benefits as an ex-spouse your mother would have needed to be legally married for 10 full years to her ex-husband. It is difficult for him to help her deal with her language problems from across the country. If he isn't in the system, there is nothing shocking about her not being told to file on his record. If he is qualified, then she could apply as a widow, wife, or ex-wife as you suggest.Then again, maybe her ex-husband is 48 years old (and I know you know the rules about that).Then again, maybe her ex-husband is 48 years old (and I know you know the rules about that). However, the purpose of my post was to point out that, at 68, there is a very real chance his mother may qualify on another individual's record. Therefore, claiming to be "shocked" was hyperbole on my part, "disconcerted" would more aptly describe my reaction.Her earnings have been fairly steady, but she did not work the full 35 years, so there were zeros to fill in. My uncle is in his 80's and look like he lift a lot of weights.

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She has 12 months to withdrawal her application, pay back whatever she has been paid out, and refile at a later date. Furthermore, is your mother married, widowed, or divorced?

Note, in order to receive spousal or survivor benefits as an ex-spouse your mother would have needed to be legally married for 10 full years to her ex-husband.