If you haven’t worked in many years you can still receive disability benefits. But typically if you haven’t worked in many years it’s going to be under the SSI or Supplemental Security Income Program rather than the SSDI Program. SSI benefits are typically lower than benefits under the SSDI program but if you haven’t worked in many years SSI may be your only option.
If I haven’t worked in many years can I still receive Social Security disability benefits?
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