Supplemental Security Income

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Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a program that provides modest income support for individuals with limited income and resources. It is not necessary that one has worked or paid into the Social Security system to be eligible for this program.

Disability Claim FAQ

frequently asked questions

How do I apply for Supplemental Security Income (SSI)?

You will need to provide information regarding yourself, your family, your employment history, any income you receive, information about physician(s) and any medical condition(s). We will help you through the process and submit your forms on your behalf.  We can make sure your application is complete as you are also required to supply documents that verify information listed in your application.

Statistics show claims that are handled by experienced representatives are more likely to win approval, and Princeton Disability Advocates is here to help you file your claim.  By engaging with you from the initial stage of this process, we can help you collect and assemble the necessary information support your claim and avoid common mistakes that always lead to delays or denials.

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The best way to learn about potential eligibility for Social Security benefits is to contact Princeton Disability Advocates. We are experts in Social Security claims submission and the appeal process.  

(973) 436-1910