TN 20 (10-91)

NL 00804.170 Citizen/Alien Status/Non U.S. Resident Status

  1. Situation Where Used:

Initial award or denial—sponsored alien—determination based on age.

 

Whether    (1)    can get Supplemental Security Income checks depends on how much income    (2)    and the kind of things     (3)    . Until    (4)    , we must count part of the income and certain property owned by    (5)    sponsor and the spouse of    (6)    sponsor.

 

  1. Choice 1 - you

    Choice 2 - she

    Choice 3 - he

     

  2. Choice 1 - you have

    Choice 2 - she has

    Choice 3 - he has

     

  3. Choice 1 - you own

    Choice 2 -she owns

    Choice 3 - he owns

     

  4. (Month/Year)

     

  5. Choice 1 - your

    Choice 2 - her

    Choice 3 - his

     

  6. Choice 1 - your

    Choice 2 - her

    Choice 3 - his

     

  1. Situation Where Used:

Award—aged who is a recipient sponsored alien—reminder to report changes in sponsor's income and resources.

 

If the income or certain property    (1)    sponsor owns changes,    (2)    get in touch with any Social Security office. The people there will tell you how these changes may affect    (3)    Supplemental Security Income checks.

 

  1. Choice 1 - your

    Choice 2 - her

    Choice 3 - his

     

  2. Choice 1 - or you become blind or disabled,

    Choice 2 - or she becomes blind or disabled,

    Choice 3 - or he becomes blind or disabled,

    Choice 4 - Null

     

  3. Choice 1 - your

    Choice 2 - her

    Choice 3 - his

     

  1. Situation Where Used:

Denial—aged claimant denied because of excess income or resources of sponsor.

 

If the income or certain property    (1)    sponsor owns change,    (2)    , get in touch with any Social Security office.     (3)    can apply for Supplemental Security Income again.

 

  1. Choice 1 - your

    Choice 2 - her

    Choice 3 - his

     

  2. Choice 1 - or you become blind or disabled

    Choice 2 - or she becomes blind or disabled

    Choice 3 - or he becomes blind or disabled

    Choice 4 - Null

     

  3. Choice 1 - You

    Choice 2 - She

    Choice 3 - He

     

  1. Situation Where Used:

Denial for periods of non-U.S. residence.

 

To be eligible for Supplemental Security Income payments,    (1)    must live in one of the 50 States, the District of Columbia, or the Northern Mariana Islands. Our records show that    (2)          (3)          (4)    not meet this requirement of the law.

 

  1. Choice 1 -you

    Choice 2 - she

    Choice 3 - he

     

  2. Choice 1 - for (Month/Year)

    Choice 2 - for (Month/Year) through (Month/Year)

    Choice 3 - for (Month/Year) on

     

  3. Choice 1 - you

    Choice 2 - she

    Choice 3 - he

     

  4. Choice 1 - did

    Choice 2 - do

    Choice 3 - does

     

  1. Situation Where Used:

Denial for failure to meet citizenship requirements.

 

To be eligible for Supplemental Security Income,    (1)    must be a citizen of the United States or the Northern Mariana Islands, or be lawfully admitted for permanent residence in this country, or be permanently residing in the United States under color of law—including lawful presence under Section 207 or 212.D.5., or have been granted asylum under Section 208 of the Immigration and Nationality Act. Our records show    (2)          (3)    not meet any of these conditions for    (4)    .

 

  1. Choice 1 - you

    Choice 2 - she

    Choice 3 - he

     

  2. Choice 1 - you

    Choice 2 - she

    Choice 3 - he

     

  3. Choice 1 - did

    Choice 2 - do

    Choice 3 - does

     

  4. Choice 1 -(Month/Year)

    Choice 2 - (Month/Year) through (Month/Year)

    Choice 3 - (Month/Year) on

     

  1. Situation Where Used:

Individual is, was, or will be living outside the U.S. for a full calendar month or more.

 

   (1)          (2)    living outside the United States—the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and the Northern Mariana Islands—    (3)    .    (4)    not eligible    (5)     for any full month in which    (6)    outside the United States. Once    (7)    outside the United States for a period of 30 days in a row or longer,    (8)    cannot be eligible    (9)     until    (10)    been back in the United States for 30 days in a row.

 

  1. Choice 1 - You

    Choice 2 - She

    Choice 3 - He

     

  2. Choice 1 - are

    Choice 2 - is

    Choice 3 - were

    Choice 4 - was

    Choice 5 - will be

     

  3. Choice 1 - the full month of (February/Year)

    Choice 2 - for a period of 30 days in a row or longer

     

  4. Choice 1 - You are

    Choice 2 - She is

    Choice 3 - He is

     

  5. Choice 1 - to receive Supplemental Security Income payment

    Choice 2 - for the Supplemental Security Income program

     

  6. Choice 1 - you are

    Choice 2 - she is

    Choice 3 - he is

     

  7. Choice 1 - you are

    Choice 2 - she is

    Choice 3 - he is

     

  8. Choice 1 - you

    Choice 2 - she

    Choice 3 - he

     

  9. Choice 1 - to receive payment

    Choice 2 - Null

     

  10. Choice 1 - you have

    Choice 2 - she has

    Choice 3 - he has

     

  1. Situation Where Used

Recipient has returned to the U.S.

 

   (1)          (2)    living in the United States—one of the 50 States, the District of Columbia, or the Northern Mariana Islands. Because    (3)    outside the United States for 30 days in a row or longer,    (4)    must be back in the United States for a period of 30 days in a row before    (5)    can be eligible for    (6)     . Therefore, for Supplemental Security Income purposes    (7)    considered back in the United States    (8)          (9)    

 

  1. Choice 1 - You

    Choice 2 - She

    Choice 3 - He

     

  2. Choice 1 - are

    Choice 2 - is

    Choice 3 - were

    Choice 4 - was

     

  3. Choice 1 - you were

    Choice 2 - she was

    Choice 3 - he was

     

  4. Choice 1 - you

    Choice 2 - she

    Choice 3 - he

     

  5. Choice 1 - you

    Choice 2 -she

    Choice 3 - he

     

  6. Choice 1 - payment

    Choice 2 -the Supplemental Security Income program

     

  7. Choice 1 - you are

    Choice 2 - she is

    Choice 3 - he is

     

  8. Choice 1 - for (Month/Year)

    Choice 2 - for (Month/Year) through (Month/Year)

    Choice 3 - for (Month/Year) on

     

  9. Choice 1 - ,

    Choice 2 - and

    Choice 3 - .

NOTE: Repeat fill-ins 8 and 9 as  needed.

2218.  Situation Where Used:

Individual has obtained lawful admission to the U.S. under color of law.

 

   (1)    lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States or    (2)    permanently residing in the United States under color of law—including lawful presence under sections 203.A.7 or 212.D.5 of the Immigration and Nationality Act—for    (3)    .

 

  1. Choice 1 - You were

    Choice 2 - She was

    Choice 3 - He was

     

  2. Choice 1 - you were

    Choice 2 - she was

    Choice 3 - he was

     

  3. (Month/Year)

2219.  Situation Where Used:

Individual becomes ineligible due to loss of citizenship or legal alien status.

 

To be eligible for Supplemental Security Income,    (1)    must be a resident of the United States, and    (2)    must be a citizen of the United States, or the Northern Mariana Islands or be lawfully admitted for permanent residence in this country or be permanently residing in the United States under color of law—including lawful presence under sections 207 or 212.D.5 or have been granted asylum under section 208 of the Immigration and Nationality Act.    (3)    not meet this requirement of the law    (4)          (5)    .    (6)   

 

  1. Choice 1 - you

    Choice 2 - she

    Choice 3 - he

     

  2. Choice 1 - you

    Choice 2 - she

    Choice 3 - he

     

  3. Choice 1 - You do

    Choice 2 - She does

    Choice 3 - He does

     

  4. Choice 1 - for (Month/Year)

    Choice 2 - for (Month/Year) through (Month/Year)

    Choice 3 - for (Month/Year) on

     

  5. Choice 1 - ,

    Choice 2 - and

    Choice 3 - .

     

  6. Choice 1 - You may again become eligible for Supplemental Security Income payments if you are lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States or are present for permanent residence under color of law.

    Choice 2 - She may again become eligible for Supplemental Security Income payments if you are lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States or are present for permanent residence under color of law.

    Choice 3 - He may again become eligible for Supplemental Security Income payments if you are lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States or are present for permanent residence under color of law.

    Choice 4 - You may again become eligible under the Supplemental Security Income program if you are lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States or are present for permanent residence under color of law.

    Choice 5 - She may again become eligible under the Supplemental Security Income program if you are lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States or are present for permanent residence under color of law.

    Choice 6 - He may again become eligible under the Supplemental Security Income program if you are lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States or are present for permanent residence under color of law.

    Choice 7 - Null

NOTE: Repeat fill-ins 4 and 5 if needed.


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