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External link Beneficios por incapacidad
Nuestro sitio de Internet, www.segurosocial.gov , contiene información valiosa sobre todos los programas de Seguro Social.
External link Social Security Administration Publications in Other Languages
The Social Security Administration (SSA) is committed to ensuring that individuals have access to public information materials regardless of their ability to communicate in English. In this multi-language site, you may access public information materials translated into several languages.
External link Online Social Security Handbook
Your basic guide to Social Security programs. The Social Security Handbook includes the provisions of the Social Security Act (the Act), regulations issued under the Act, and precedential case decisions (rulings). It is one of numerous publications about the Social Security programs. It is a readable, easy to understand resource for the very complex Social Security programs and services.
External link Social Security Frequently Asked Questions
There is an important national discussion going on concerning the future of Social Security. Tthe Social Security Administration are often asked about the future of the Social Security program. This web site answers some of the most frequently asked questions.
External link Social Security Online Publications (English)
A directory of the information pamphlets and fact sheets that SSA publishes on its benefit programs, including: Retirement, Disability, Medicare, Supplemental Security Income, Survivors benefits, and information about your Social Security number.
External link Blind? Have Low Vision? - Social Security can Help
Booklet describes benefits offered by the Social Security Administration for people who have low vision. They pay benefits to people who are blind under two programs: the Social Security disability insurance program and the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program. The medical rules they use to decide whether you are blind are the same for each program. Other rules are different. We explain the different rules for each program below in this booklet.
External link Disability Benefits
Guide to applying for disability benefits. This booklet provides basic information on Social Security disability benefits and is not intended to answer all questions. For specific information about your situation, you should talk with a Social Security representative.
pdf file Social Security Online
The online Fact Sheet lists various services offered online including information about filing for retirement, spouse's and disability benefits online, subscribing to our online newsletter, the Social Security Statement, and out benefit planners.
External link Social Security Benefits For People Living With HIV/AIDS
If you have HIV/AIDS and cannot work, you may qualify for disability benefits from the Social Security Administration. Your disability must be expected to last at least a year or end in death, and must be serious enough to prevent you from doing substantial gainful work.



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