Frequently Asked Questions: Applying
What is Form 827 (SSA-827)?
Filling out Form 827, also known as SSA-827, is a very important step in the application process for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. This form allows the Social Security Administration to ask for, and receive, medical records from your medical providers. This is an essential part of the application process, as you will need medical evidence to demonstrate to the Social Security Administration that you are disabled. Our video, below, explains it in more detail:
You can download a copy of Form SSA-827 by clicking here.
More Important Information about The Application Process
Other Applying For SSDI FAQs:
- Can Citizens Disability help with my application?
- Does this process take as long as I’ve heard about?
- What is the “Compassionate Allowance” for SSDI?
- Can I receive both Medicare and Social Security disability benefits?
- Do I receive compensation while I wait for my approval?
- If I am denied, should I reapply?
- How long does it take for an initial application to be decided?
- What happens during the reconsideration stage?
- At which stage do I require an advocate?
- Should I give medical updates to the disability authorities throughout the appeals processes?
- Are there any costs to me during the appeals process?
- What is Form SSA-827?
- What is Form SSA-1696?