Are there certain prefixes that are not valid Social Security Numbers?
Do you have medicare deductions from your social security check?
How can a resident alien in the US collect social security payments after going back to their own country?
How do you change your name on your social security card?
How do you determine the tax on a lump sum social security disability check?
What can I do about unauthorized use of my social security number?
Will a private pay nursing home have the right to take over my mom's Social Security payments?
Social security is federally protected and will accumulate until you are released and can regain use of your money. You will not lose it.
If you go to jail you can (and usually will) temporarily lose your social security benefits. However, after you are released, you can apply to have them restored.
If you receive a monthly check for a disability, the checks will continue while you are in jail. Jail time will not affect your ability to apply for benefits at a later date, either.
You won't lose your social security while you are in jail. However, you may well be forced to pay for your incarceration, and thus your social security won't get saved away for you.
You are not eligible for social security for any of the time that you are incarcerated in a jail. This also applies too halfway houses, boot camps or dentetion centers.
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