TN 24 (12-94)

NL 00804.150 Child Status

1145. Situation Where Used:

Individual was both a student and non-student for the period of time covered on the record. (This paragraph, therefore, may be used more than once on the same notice.)

(1) (you) (2) regularly attending school.

(1)Choice 1 - In (Month/Year)
 Choice 2 - In (Month/Year) through (Month/Year)
 Choice 3 - In (Month/Year) on
(2)Choice 1 - are
 Choice 2 - are not
 Choice 3 - were
 Choice 4 - were not
 Choice 5 - is
 Choice 6 - is not
 Choice 7 - was
 Choice 8 - was not

1445. Situation Where Used:

PE: Child attains age 18

In (1) (you) will become age 18. (2)

(1)Month/Year
(2)Since (you) were born on the first day of the month, we consider (you) to be age 18 on the day before your birthday.

1446. Situation Where Used:

PE: Student child attains age 22. Consider fill-in 5 only when the recipient has unearned income type “N” or receives the student earned income exclusion type “B” in the month of attainment of age 22.

(1) age 22 in (2) . (3) We no longer consider (you) a child or a student beginning
(4) , the month after (you) reach age 22. (5)

(1)Choice 1 - (You) will become
 Choice 2 -(Name of recipient) will become
 Choice 3 - (You) became
 Choice 4 -(Name of Recipient) became
(2)Month/Year  
(3)Choice 1 -Since (you) were born on the first day of the month, we consider (you) to be age 22 the day before (your) birthday.
 Choice 2 -Null
(4)Month/Year  
(5)Choice 1 -If we find that we must change (your) SSI payment because of this, we will send you another letter first.
 Choice 2 -Null

1449. Situation Where Used:

PE: Child under age 18 no longer lives with parent(s).

(1) (2) (3) , we no longer count any part of the money received and things owned by (4) to decide if (5) can get SSI. This is because (you) no longer lived with (6) (7) (8) (9) .

(1)Choice 1 - In Month/Year
 Choice 2 - Beginning Month/Year
 Choice 3 - From Month/Year through Month/Year
(2)Choice 1 - ,
 Choice 2 - and
 Choice 3 - Null
(3)Choice 1 - in Month/Year
 Choice 2 - Month/Year on
 Choice 3 - Month/Year through Month/Year
 Choice 4 - Null
(4)Choice 1 - (your) parent, (Name of parent)
 Choice 2 - (your) parents (name of father) and (name of mother)
 Choice 3 - (your) spouse
(5)Choice 1 - (you)
 Choice 2 - (Name of Recipient)
(6)Choice 1 - her
 Choice 2 - him
 Choice 3 - them
(7)Choice 1 - in Month/Year
 Choice 2 - beginning Month/Year
 Choice 3 - from Month/Year through Month/Year
(8)Choice 1 - ,
 Choice 2 - and
 Choice 3 - Null
(9)Choice 1 - in Month/Year
 Choice 2 - Month/Year on
 Choice 3 - Month/Year through Month/Year
 Choice 4 - Null

1455. Situation Where Used:

PE: A child who has an ineligible parent(s) on the record attains age 18. When the child is receiving type “J” income in the month of attainment of age 18, do not use fill-ins 5 and 6 (i.e., child is already subject to VTR).

Do not use fill-in 4 if:

  • The notice addresses a retroactive month for which the recipient will receive a reduced SSI payment or be ineligible for SSI due to receipt of type “J” income; and/or

  • The recipient's SSI payment for the current computation month (CCM) will be reduced because the recipient receives type “J” income or the recipient will receive type “J” income in the CCM and be NO1 for the CCM.

The month after (you) reach age 18 we stop counting as (yours) any part of the money that (1) and the things that (2) (3) (4) .

(1)Choice 1 - (your) parent receives
 Choice 2 - (your) parents receive
(2)Choice 1 - (your) parent owns
 Choice 2 - (your) parents own
(3)Choice 1 -We also no longer consider (you) a child living in your parent's home. This means that if (you) live with your parent or others and (you) receive any food or shelter, we will consider its value when we figure your SSI payment.
 Choice 2 -We also no longer consider (you) a child living in your parents' home. This means that if (you) live with your parents or others and (you) receive any food or shelter, we will consider its value when we figure your SSI payment.
 Choice 3 -Null
(4)Choice 1 -However, if we find that we must change your SSI payment because of this, we will send (you) another letter first.
 Choice 2 -Null

1456. Situation Where Used:

PE: Child attains age 18 and does not regularly attend school or student child over the age of 18 but under age 22 stops regularly attending school. This was placed in the system May 1991.

If (you) are under age 22, and (you) are attending school or getting training for a paying job, please let us know if (you) :

  • (1) ; or

    receive support payments from a parent who does not live with (you) .

If (you) do, we will count less of (your) earnings or support payments when we figure (your) SSI payments.

(1)Choice 1 - work
 Choice 2 - works

2130. Situation Where Used:

A child who was between age 18 and 21 in September 1980 has payment protection under the deeming provisions of Public Law 96-265.

(1) because of a change in the law, we will count the income of (your) parents only if it means (you) will get more money. Starting with the check (you) will get on (2) , we will (3) count the income of (your) parents, and (you) will get more money in (your) Supplemental Security Income check each month. This change in the way Supplemental Security Income checks are figured applies only to people who were getting Supplemental Security Income checks and were between ages 18 and 21 in September 1980.

(1)

Choice 1 -

We used to count a part of the income of (your) parents when we figured how much money (you) would get in (your) Supplemental Security Income checks. Now,

 

Choice 2 -

Null

(2)

(Month/Day/Year)

(3)

Choice 1 -

Null

 

Choice 2 -

not

2349. Situation Where Used:

PE: The field office corrects the date of change to a later date in the Type of Composition (TY) field for an ineligible parent(s). This was placed in the system May 1991.

(1) , we must consider part of the money received and things owned by (2) to decide how much SSI (you) can get. This is because (you) were under age 18 and lived with (3) (4) (5) (6) .

(1)Choice 1 - In Month/Year
 Choice 2 - Beginning Month/Year
 Choice 3 - From Month/Year through Month/Year
(2)Choice 1 - (your) parent, (Name of parent)
 Choice 2 - (your) parents, (Name of mother) and (Name of father)
 Choice 3 - (your) spouse
(3)Choice 1 - her
 Choice 2 - him
 Choice 3 - them
(4)Choice 1 - in Month/Year
 Choice 2 - beginning Month/Year
 Choice 3 - Null
(5)Choice 1 - ,
 Choice 2 - and
 Choice 3 - Null
(6)Choice 1 - in Month/Year
 Choice 2 - Month/Year on
 Choice 3 - Month/Year through Month/Year
 Choice 4 - Null

2453. Situation Where Used:

Child's payment amount is changed because of a change in deemed income.

(Your) (1) may change if (your) circumstances change. Therefore, you are required to report any change in (your) situation that may affect (your) Supplemental Security Income payment. For example, you should tell us if (you) move, if anyone else moves from or into (your) household, if (your) marital status changes, if income or resources for (you) or members of (your) household change (2) (3) or if (you) go to work.

(1)Choice 1 - payments
 Choice 2 - eligibility
(2)Choice 1 - , if (you) start or stop attending school regularly
 Choice 2 - Null
(3)Choice 1 - , if your medical condition improves
 Choice 2 - Null

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NL 00804.150 - Child Status - 04/07/1999
Batch run: 01/27/2009
Rev:04/07/1999