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As of 2014, a person is eligible for Supplemental Security Income if he is a U.S. citizen or in a certain alien category and has limited income and resources. In addition, he must be older than 65, blind or disabled. More »

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An individual qualifies for SSI disability benefits if he is disabled, has never worked, did not work long enough to qualify for Social Security disability, or was eligible for Social Security disability but had a lapse ... More »

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Anyone who is over the age of 65, is blind or disabled, and has limited income and resources qualifies for SSI. These individuals must be citizens of the United States. More »

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