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Groze, maybe you already know this but, SSDI is not transferable and would stop if you move outside the USA.

 

Incorrect, That is SSI not SSDI. If I was on SSI I would have no choice but to chose a nursing or another type of home. SSDI is the same as Social Security retirement. I get the benefit off of my parent. A lot of people think you can't get Social Security Disability Insurance or Social Security retirement if you move out of the U.S. that is not true. A lot of people live on Social Security(SS) outside of the U.S the only thing that is dropped from SS/SSDI is Medicare part B. Medicare Part A is still somewhat covered provided you retain your U.S. citizen status. On my SSDI, My payment is lower then a normal disabled person would get-However, it is higher then the SSI standard benefit.

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Groze, maybe you already know this but, SSDI is not transferable and would stop if you move outside the USA.

 

Incorrect, That is SSI not SSDI. If I was on SSI I would have no choice but to chose a nursing or another type of home. SSDI is the same as Social Security retirement. I get the benefit off of my parent. A lot of people think you can't get Social Security Disability Insurance or Social Security retirement if you move out of the U.S. that is not true. A lot of people live on Social Security(SS) outside of the U.S the only thing that is dropped from SS/SSDI is Medicare part B. Medicare Part A is still somewhat covered provided you retain your U.S. citizen status. On my SSDI, My payment is lower then a normal disabled person would get-However, it is higher then the SSI standard benefit.

 

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The above is accurate. SSDI can be taken outside the US. SSI can't.

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Update. Got rid of most of moms & a lot of my stuff that I don't need. There is an 80% chance that I am going to get an apartment sooner then expected at a good rate. I hope it comes through. I will be moving in the next 2 months if that is the case. The reason I got rid of a lot of stuff is so that I will have room for my stuff and a couple of memorable items from my mother, grandfather and grandmother.. I don't think a landlord would like a packed apartment. This rest of the items will be donated or sold at a moving or rummage sale. Which will be very small because I don't have much left-I may put the items with a friends rummage sale. All my money is in the bank, which is from Social Security.

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