Based on your response, it appears you would not qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance ("SSDI") because you do not have enough work credits on your record.
As a person works and pays taxes, part of their taxes goes into Social Security. To be eligible for SSDI benefits, a taxpayer must prove that their disability began prior to their date of last insurance.
If you are not eligible for SSDI benefits, you may still qualify for disability benefits under Supplemental Security Income ("SSI").
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