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    If I recieve 814 dollars a month from disability and my future wife receives 1000 dollars from her disability and ssi. If we get married how will this effect our income? Also Ive been hearing on alot of sites that most people up to 90 percent some say that get turned down the first sometimes the second time filing for social security disability. Our situation is that we both have chronic ptsd, panic disorder, depression and general anxiety, with doctors notes from our psychiatrists saying that we cannot work at least for a years time. What do you think our chances are of getting SSD or SSI. Mine is Military related and my Psychiatrist is from the VA and I am also filing for VA benefits as well.

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    Assuming you live in the US, why not stop in your local SS branch office or call the VA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rellosk
    Assuming you live in the US, why not stop in your local SS branch office or call the VA?
    I have already filed for both, just wondering what everyone else thinks that we might get it the first time or not?

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    This is DR related how exactly?

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    Take a look at these sites:

    http://www.ssa.gov/

    http://www.gpjwh.com/social.htm

    http://www.carolina-disability.com/d...s/684/684.html

    Next time do a Google search yourself.. you might be surprised what turns up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MerengueDutchie
    This is DR related how exactly?
    Reading it sound like someone who wants attention, since the medical rundown is irrelevant to the question as to if they get the dough or not. Read the airline fourm for totally unrelated to DR stuff.

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    merenguedutchie, other useful sources of information on the subject of ssa disability include the following:

    http://www.nosscr.org/hallfaq.html

    http://www.disabilitysecrets.com/questions.html

    http://www.disabilitysecrets.com

    http://www.ssa.gov

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veteran
    If I recieve 814 dollars a month from disability and my future wife receives 1000 dollars from her disability and ssi. If we get married how will this effect our income? Also Ive been hearing on alot of sites that most people up to 90 percent some say that get turned down the first sometimes the second time filing for social security disability. Our situation is that we both have chronic ptsd, panic disorder, depression and general anxiety, with doctors notes from our psychiatrists saying that we cannot work at least for a years time. What do you think our chances are of getting SSD or SSI. Mine is Military related and my Psychiatrist is from the VA and I am also filing for VA benefits as well.

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    Get a grip!!! I'm tired of people sucking off my tit!!!

    OK' I expect this to get deleted, but it had to be said!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CyaBye3015
    Get a grip!!! I'm tired of people sucking off my tit!!!

    OK' I expect this to get deleted, but it had to be said!

    CyaBye+, did you know that according to a Pentagon study, more than one-third of Irak war troops seek mental help treatment?

    Everything the OP needs regarding veteran's dissability information can be found here http://vawatchdog.org/

    By the way, I also expect this to be deleted, but it also had to be said!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirador
    CyaBye+, did you know that according to a Pentagon study, more than one-third of Irak war troops seek mental help treatment?

    Everything the OP needs regarding veteran's dissability information can be found here http://vawatchdog.org/

    By the way, I also expect this to be deleted, but it also had to be said!

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    And your point is???

    I'm not questioning the fact that sometimes people need to seek mental help treatment, but should they expect to spend the rest of their lives living off my labors? I think not!

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