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Based on the information you gave, you cannot get any benefits at this time. The following are the most common reasons why someone would not be eligible for the benefits listed.
  
    Retirement
    You do not meet the minimum age requirement
    OR you indicated that you have never worked in a job where you paid U.S. Social Security taxes.
  
    Spouse or divorced spouse
    You do not  meet the minimum age requirement
    OR you were never married.
  
    Surviving spouse
    You do not meet the minimum age requirement 
    OR you were never married 
    OR you remarried before reaching age 60.
  
    Child
    Your parent is  not deceased or receiving Social Security retirement or disability benefits 
    OR you are over age 18 and you are not in high school and you are not disabled.
  
    Disability
    You are over full retirement age 
    OR you indicated that you are not disabled 
    OR you indicated that you have never worked in a job where you paid U.S. Social Security taxes.
  
    Supplemental Security  Income
    You are not 65 years of age or you are not disabled or  blind 
    OR your income or assets are above  the SSI limits 
    OR you are not a U.S. citizen or lawfully admitted non-citizen 
    OR you do not live in the U.S or the  Northern Mariana Islands 
    OR you live in a jail or  correctional facility.
  
    Medicare
    You are not 65 years of age or receiving Social Security  disability benefits.
  
You should contact us again if any of the information you gave changes. If you would like information about the benefits that are available, visit the Publications Home Page and review our publication “Social Security: Understanding the Benefits,” Social Security Publication Number 05-10024. If you want to find out for sure if you qualify for any benefits, you must file an application.