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Hello Room: I just applied for SSI almost two months ago, when i applied i give them my entire medical records, I am UI since march of last year combined rating for 90% 50% for major headaches and 70% major depression as a result of the headaches. Since i have given them my entire medical records would it speed up the process someone or it that just wishfull thinking. Also i received paper work to fill out and send back it had to do with my headaches and how they affect my lifestyle, i would appreicate any input thanks.

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  • HadIt.com Elder

Your records should help but Social Security usually will require you to see one or two of their Docs.

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I assume the term "UI" means TDIU or IU and if that's the case you receive too much from the VA for SSI. You can apply for SSDI, tho.

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Hello Room: I just applied for SSI almost two months ago, when i applied i give them my entire medical records, I am UI since march of last year combined rating for 90% 50% for major headaches and 70% major depression as a result of the headaches. Since i have given them my entire medical records would it speed up the process someone or it that just wishfull thinking. Also i received paper work to fill out and send back it had to do with my headaches and how they affect my lifestyle, i would appreicate any input thanks.
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thanks for the response infact it is TDIU and yes i applied for SSDI sorry i was not not clear so based on what i am hearing i should wait for their oppiontment, also would the TDIU letter would that be a part of my medical records that i submitted or does the va keep that in a separat location. I never checked my file before submitting it. thanks

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