SSI Award Letter Sample (with FAQ)


SSI Award Letter Sample (with FAQ)

The Benefit Verification letter, also known as a "budget letter," a "benefits letter," a "proof of income letter," or a "proof of award letter," is used to verify your retirement, disability, SSI, or Medicare benefits.

Below is the SSI Award Letter Sample

___________ Sender Name
___________ Address

___________ Receiver Name
___________ Address

Mr Mishra,

This letter is to inform you of changes to the New York State Supplement Program (SSP) that took effect in October 2014.

The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides you with a monthly Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefit that includes both federal funds and a monthly New York State supplement. Your SSI benefit will be split into two payments starting in October 2014. The federal portion will be issued by the federal government and the SSP portion by New York State. 

Each month, you will receive your SSP payment on or before the first of the month.
This does not affect your eligibility, how you receive your benefits or the total amount of your monthly benefit.

Please read the Question and Answer sheet for additional details on this change. Please contact the New York State SSP if you have any further questions. Visit the New York State website at or call 1-855-488-0541 for customer support.

Please visit for information on other human services benefit programmes available in New York State.

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1. Is it possible to acquire a Social Security award letter online?

Using your own Social Security account, you may acquire a benefit verification letter promptly online. You may make an account right now if you don't already have one. It's simple, convenient, and safe.

2. How long does it take for Social Security to send you an award letter?

When the Social Security Administration approves your claim for Social Security Disability Benefits, you will get a Social Security Benefits Award Letter within 1-3 months of the decision.

3. How frequently are SSI award letters sent out?

When we have to notify you about activity on your case, we will send you a note. If you receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and your living situation, additional income, or resources have an impact on your benefit amount, you will be notified each time your benefit amount changes.


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