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We received a letter today from social security that says that they want us to bring in my father (who we filed the claim for) to the social security office because they need more information before getting SSI benefits. The letter goes on to say that he has been approved for medical disability. What will they ask or be looking forward in this meeting? My dad is in a rehab facility and has mental problems in response to his disability. I am nervous for what they will ask him. Anyone have any experience with this?

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It's nothing, paperwork, where to deposit check, verify all information is correct. Get an appointment or you could sit for hours in the SS office.
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Relax, they are just doing their job. As soon as they see dad they will know it is a legitimate claim and it will all be about paperwork.
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They are looking for his financial information. Whoever is the POA needs to go and talk to them and bring the financial records.
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