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Homeless Claim Vs Ssi Claim


HiI recieved a call from SSA and was told my claim was being approved and will be given in California, $945.00 until age 62. I was also notified and in less than 2 weeks my claim has been submitted, for being homeless. I received a letter dated March 2nd, 2010 that Im awaiting Compensioin and they were sorry it was taking so long.

My questions is

If they have it now for compension, what are the next steps for the VA claim.

Last does my SSI claim help if I get them papers that I've been awarded SSI.

I can't work and they gave me SSI will my SSI claim help assist my claim to

win my case for the VA, or not help and make it more confusing for the

VA to award me. I submitted for

100% SC for :



Bilateral Hearing Loss

Degenerative Disc Disease C-Spine Root damage

Mingraine Headaches



No exit exam from USMC when left from Military

Awaiting reply from VA, They have all medical records related to all claims from doctors and hospitals and MRI, x-ray and test reports.

Does any body have or can anyone advise me the next step left before i hear from them. Last it was expressed Note: PLEASE EXPIDETE HOMELESS VETERAN

Dated February 25th, 2010 and yesterday the letter said


Has your address changed if so please contact our office on Wilshire Blvd LA.

What is the VA next step after Compensation is there a letter sent to me after they are done here.

Thanks for any comments from anybody about next step to be or how long it will now take ? ? If im declined for 100% SC will or could they give mand a non serivce connections like 70% and than would I be able to still get 100% disability or not in the future if I ever got any other illness? ? ?

Bless You

1st Recon


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