Monthly Archives: October 2008

Waiting times for a hearing in front of a Social Security Judge increase

The disability backlog at hearing offices across the United States is getting worse.  According to a recent report released by the Social Security Administration (“SSA”), the number of pending cases reached a record high of 767,000 cases across the nation … Continue reading

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How much money can I earn and still collect SSDI benefits?

I often am asked the question how much can I earn and still keep Social Security Disability Insurance benefits?  (I am also asked the same question about SSI and will address it in another post.) The Social Security Administration (“SSA”) … Continue reading

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San Francisco will issue municipal identification cards to all residents regardless of immigration status

A San Francisco Superior court Judge ruled yesterday that the City of San Francisco may proceed with its plan to issue municipal identification cards to all residents, regardless of legal status.  The ruling held that the plan does not violate … Continue reading

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