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Why wait to file for your SSDI? take your VA Award letter to the SS OFFICE WHEN YOU FILE.

Not sure you will be awarded the SSDI,  but normally when a veteran is 100% with the VA that certainly helps the SSA to decide your claim with them.

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Social Security Benefits depends on last day of work, work credit and date of onset of disability. So as others have suggested file as soon as possible and when you get denied hire an attorney.  Don't get disappointed, most claimants have to get attorneys. It's a hidden secret.  

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SSA will only obtain VAMC records and I think they will only request a couple years worth. They don’t obtain VA claims info so you would need to give them claims info that you want them to have. 

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