TN 2 (09-11)

NL 00720.265 PRI Prisoner Provisions

PRI006 BENEFITS SUSPENDED BENEFICIARY CONFINED IN AN INSTITUTION – SUSPENSION PRIOR TO 4/2000 (S16)

(Requested)

Caption: Your Benefits

We are writing to tell you that we cannot pay  (1)  because:

  •  (2)  charged with a crime that can carry a prison sentence of more than one year;

  • Because of  (3)  mental condition,  (4)  criminal case resulted in a court order that  (5)  confined in an institution; and

  •  (6)  stay is being paid for with public funds.

Fill-in values: - Systems Generated

Fill-in (1) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: Beneficiary's Name

Choice 2: you

Fill-in (2) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: You were

Choice 2: He was

Choice 3: She was

Fill-in (3) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: your

Choice 2: his

Choice 3: her

Fill-in (4) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: your

Choice 2: his

Choice 3: her

Fill-in (5) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: you be

Choice 2 :he be

Choice 3: s:he be

Fill-in (6) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: your

Choice 2: his

Choice 3: her

PRI011 PAYMENT MAY BE POSSIBLE TO A DIB BENEFICIARY IN AN APPROVED REHABILITATION PROGRAM FOR MONTHS BEFORE FEBRUARY 1995(G42)

(System Generated)

Caption: Things To Remember

We may be able to pay  (1)  up to February 1995 if  (2)  in a rehabilitation program while  (3)  imprisoned. Two things must be true about the program:

It must be approved for  (4)  by a court,

           AND

It must be designed to make it possible for  (5)  to work after  (6)  release.

Fill-in values:

Fill-in (1)

Choice 1: you

Choice 2: Beneficiary's name

Fill-in (2)

Choice 1: he was

Choice 2: she was

Choice 3: you were

Fill-in (3)

Choice 1: he was

Choice 2: she was

Choice 3: you were

Fill-in (4)

Choice 1; him

Choice 2: her

Choice 3: you

Fill-in (5)

Choice 1; him

Choice 2: her

Choice 3: you

Fill-in (6)

Choice 1: his

Choice 2: her

Choice 3: your

PRI014 BENEFITS SUSPENDED CONVICTION OF A CRIME NOT A FELONY – SUSPENSION PRIOR TO 4/2000(S15)

(Requested)

Caption: Your Benefits

We cannot pay  (1)  because  (2)  imprisoned for the conviction of a crime that can carry a sentence of more than one year. We cannot pay  (3)  even if  (4)  actual sentence is shorter.

Fill-in values:

Fill-in (1) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: Beneficiary's name

Choice 2: you

Fill-in (2) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: he is

Choice 2: she is

Choice 3: you are

Fill-in (3) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: him

Choice 2: her

Choice 3: you

Fill-in (4) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: his

Choice 2: her

Choice 3: your

PRI015 BENEFITS SUSPENDED BENEFICIARY IN PRISON BEFORE FEBRUARY 1995 (S14)

(Requested/Generated)

Caption: Your Benefits

We cannot pay  (1)  because  (2)  imprisoned before February 1995 for the conviction of a crime considered to be a felony. Beginning February, 1995, the law changed. Now, we cannot pay Social Security benefits if  (3)  imprisoned for conviction of a crime that can carry a sentence of more than one year. We cannot pay  (4)  benefits even if  (5)  actual sentence is shorter.

Fill-in values:

Fill-in (1) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: you

Choice 2: Beneficiary's name

Fill-in (2) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: he was

Choice 2: she was

Choice 3: you were

Fill-in (3) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: he is

Choice 2: she is

Choice 3: you are

Fill-in (4) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: him

Choice 2: her

Choice 3: you

Fill-in (5) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: his

Choice 2: her

Choice 3: your

PRI023 BENEFICIARY IMPRISONED - EXPLANATION OF WHEN BENEFITS MAY BE PAYABLE (G23)

(System Generated)

Caption: Things To Remember

Even though  (1)  benefits will stop, we can pay other members of the family if they are entitled on  (2)  record.

Fill-in values:

Fill-in (1)

Choice 1: Beneficiary's Name possessive

Choice 2: your

Fill-in (2)

Choice 1: his

Choice 2: her

Choice 3: your

PRI029 BENEFITS SUSPENDED-PRISONER CASE-CONFINEMENT IN AN INSTITUTION-CONFINEMENT BEGINNING 4/1/2000 OR LATER (S31)

(Requested)

Caption: Your Benefits

We are writing to tell you that we cannot pay  (1)  because:

  •  (2)  confined to an institution as a result of a court order in connection with a criminal case; and

  •  (3)  stay is being paid for with public funds.

Fill-in values: Systems Generated

Fill-in (1)

Choice 1: you

Choice 2: beneficiary's name

Fill-in (2)

Choice 1: You are

Choice 2: He is

Choice 3: She is

Fill-in (3)

Choice 1: Your

Choice 2: His

Choice 3: Her

PRI030 SUSPENDED-CONVICTION OF A CRIME NOT A FELONY-SUSPENDED 4/2000 OR LATER (S32)

(Requested/Generated)

Caption: Your Benefits

We cannot pay  (1)  because  (2)  imprisoned for the conviction of a crime.

Fill-in values:

Fill-in (1) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: Beneficiary's Name

Choice 2: you

Fill-in (2) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: she is

Choice 2: he is

Choice 3: you are

PRI044 POSSIBLE PAYMENT AFTER RELEASE FROM PRISON/INSTITUTION (B47)

(Requested)

Caption: Things To Remember

We may be able to pay  (1)  when  (2)  no longer  (3)  . Please get in touch with us after  (4)  released. Then we will review  (5)  case to see if we can pay  (6)  .

Fill-in values:

Fill-in (1) Systems Generated

Choice 1: Beneficiary's Name

Choice 2: you

Fill-in (2) Systems Generated

Choice 1: she is

Choice 2: he is

Choice 3: you are

Fill-in (3) Requested As A One Position Alpha Character

Choice 1: (A) imprisoned

Choice 2: (B) confined in an institution

Fill-in (4) Systems Generated

Choice 1: she is

Choice 2: he is

Choice 3: you are

Fill-in (5) Systems Generated

Choice 1: your

Choice 2: his

Choice 3: her

Fill-in (6) Systems Generated

Choice 1: you

Choice 2: him

Choice 3: her

PRI049 INTRO UTI FOR PRISONER SUSPENSIONS DUE TO AN OUTSTANDING ARREST WARRANT (S46)

(System Generated)

Caption: Your Benefits

Beginning January 2005, the law prohibits us from paying Social Security benefits to individuals who have an outstanding arrest warrant for a crime which is a felony (or, in jurisdictions that do not define crimes as felonies, a crime that is punishable by death or imprisonment for a term exceeding 1 year), or who have violated a condition of probation or parole under Federal or State law. We have information that  (1)   (2)  into one of these categories.

Fill-in values:

Fill-in (1)

Choice 1: Beneficiary's Name

Choice 2: he

Choice 3: she

Choice 4: you

Fill-in (2)

Choice 1: fall

Choice 2: falls

PRI059 EXPLANATION TO THE BENEFICIARY BACK BENEFITS CANNOT BE PAID BECAUSE THEY WERE CONVICTED OF A CRIME OR IMPRISONED.

(System Generated)

Caption : Your Benefits

We cannot pay back benefits to people who are: Caption: Your Benefits

  • convicted of a crime and imprisoned for more than 30 days, or

  • confined for more than 30 days to an institution at public expense because of a court order. Contact us when  (1)   (2)  released. We may be able to pay the back benefits then

Fill-in values:

Fill-in (1): System Generated

Choice 1: you

Choice 2: Beneficiary’s Name

Fill-in (2): Systems Generated

Choice 1: are

Choice 2: is

PRI060 EXPLANATION TO THE BENEFICIARY WE CANNOT PAY THEM RETROACTIVE BENEFITS IF THEY ARE A FUGITIVE FELON, OR PROBATION OR PAROLE VIOLATORS.

(System Generated )

Caption: Your Benefits

We cannot pay back benefits while  (1)   (2)  :

  • fleeing to avoid prosecution, custody, or confinement for a crime that is punishable by death or a prison term of over 1 year, or

  • violating probation or parole under Federal or State law. Please contact us when  (3)   (4)  the arrest warrant or  (5)  probation or parole violation ends. We may be able to pay the back benefits then.

Fill-in values:

Fill-in (1) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: you

Choice 2: Beneficiary's Name

Fill-in (2) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: are

Choice 2: is

Fill-in (3) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: you

Choice 2: he

Choice 3: she

Fill-in (4) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: resolve

Choice 2: resolves

Fill-in (5) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: your

Choice 2: Beneficiary’s name

PRI061 EXPLANATION TO THE BENEFICIARY WE CAN PAY THEM RETROACTIVE BENEFITS BECAUSE THEY ARE NO LONGER A FUGITIVE FELON, IN PRISON, OR PROBATION OR PAROLE VIOLATORS.

(System Generated )

Caption: Your Benefits

We can pay  (1)  monthly benefits again because  (2)   (3)  no longer:

  • a prisoner,

  • confined to an institution at public expense because of a court order,

  • a fugitive felon, or

  • a probation or parole violator.

Fill-in values:

Fill-in (1) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: you

Choice 2: Beneficiary's Name

Fill-in (2) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: you

Choice 2: he

Choice 3: she

Fill-in (3) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: are

Choice 2: is

PRIR01 BENEFITS SUSPENDED-SUBSEQUENTLY CONFINED TO AN INSTITUTION BY COURT ORDER-SEXUALLY DANGEROUS PERSON (S33)

(Requested)

Caption: Your Benefits

We cannot pay  (1)  because:

  •  (2)  convicted of a crime and confined in a jail or prison;

  • the crime included sexual activity, and

  • when  (3)  completed  (4)  sentence,  (5)  immediately sent by court order to an institution at public expense.

  • The court decided  (6)  a sexually dangerous person.

Fill-in values:

Fill-in (1) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: Beneficiary's Name

Choice 2: you

Fill-in (2) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: she was

Choice 2: he was

Choice 3: you were

Fill-in (3) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: she

Choice 2: he

Choice 3: you

Fill-in (4) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: her

Choice 2: his

Choice 3: your

Fill-in (5) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: she was

Choice 2: he was

Choice 3: you were

Fill-in (6) - Systems Generated

Choice 1: she was

Choice 2: he was

Choice 3: you were


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NL 00720.265 - PRI Prisoner Provisions - 02/27/2013
Batch run: 02/27/2013
Rev:02/27/2013