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GN 02820.100 Individuals Selected for the Economic Recovery Payment (ERP) after May 2009 and through December 2010

A. Introduction

This section explains which Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) beneficiaries will receive an Economic Recovery Payment (ERP) after May 2009. SSA will perform regular “catch-up” runs throughout 2009 and 2010 to pay ERPs to newly eligible and payable individuals. SSA will send a catch-up notice about the payment to each individual selected to receive an ERP (see exhibit at GN 02820.100E).

B. When will individuals be selected for payment?

Individuals will be selected for payment in catch-up runs that will occur:

Each month, starting in June 2009; and

Bi-monthly in 2010 and ending December 31, 2010.

C. Who will be selected for payment?

Individuals who are eligible for an ERP will be selected in a catch-up run (for Title II, see GN 02820.010 and for Title XVI, see GN 02820.020).

Individuals newly eligible in the 3-month period, November 2008 through January 2009, may be selected for one of these reasons:

There is a newly awarded claim. These cases will be selected in the next catch-up run after adjudication.

There is a favorable appeal decision.

An SSI record previously showed that the recipient did not meet the ERP requirements. For example, an SSI redetermination changes a period of ineligibility for a recipient during the 3-month period.

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