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Old 03-22-2020, 08:55 PM   #1
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Default Getting my GED and losing my SSI?

Hello, hopefully this is the right section for this topic. I was just wondering if getting my GED could possibly affect or make me lose my disability by any chance.

The main reason behind this idea is I started receiving my SSI I'm pretty sure mostly due to my epilepsy and physical problems, but also partly due to my mental health issues too; so I just sometimes wonder if I were to get my GED, if it might make it seem like my mental health issues improved, and improved enough to have a steady job, possibly resulting making me lose my SSI.
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No, getting a GED will have no effect on your SSI
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I didn't really seriously think it would but I just wanted to be a little more sure was all.
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