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Claim Is At Review


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Just checked at ssa online, and called ssa 1800 for claim status, told me claim decided. Just praying here now, not sure what 'review' means exactly.

&.(fingers crossed),

Cg

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Cowgirl,

From my understanding they only review those that were granted. Mine went to review also it took 2-3 months for them to give me the answer.

However, I was told to go to the SS office and ask them specifically if the claim was tentatively granted. They told the answer at least a couple of weeks before I got the granted letter.

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Thanks Ruby, I'll sit on the fencepost for now until I know better. If the claim is granted, does it go straight to bank or is there still more paperwork to do?

thnks.

cg

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Cg,

Sounds like a Postive to me. I believe they only send granted claims

for a quality check. That is a piece of cake.

My early Congratulations!

Betty

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Fingers crossed for ya CG. I have all my papers filled out and ready to go for SSDI and TDIU. All I am missing is a RFC form from MH (will get on Sept 26) and one from my PCP for physical conditions (get that one on Oct 3). Only 34 days and a wake up until I can stop torturing myself :rolleyes:

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Sounds favorable to me also. CG, Forget the fingers, cross everything, Arms, Legs, Eyes. This is important stuff. Make the family cross theirs too.

Keep the faith.

J

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Thanks for the postive warm feedback, when I am done with it - I'll send it to the next person and family that needs it!

Jbasser, all fingers are crossed, cg

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