Retroactive eligibility is available when there is an unpaid medical bill for a service provided for three full months immediately before the month of application providing the individual meets all the eligibility criteria.
An applicant does not need to be eligible in the month of application (or current month) to be eligible for one or more months of retroactive Medicaid.
Once you’ve completed the process the card will be mailed to the address on file and should arrive within two weeks.
I believe I first became disabled and when I applied back in 2011, I said that date was December 2005. In just 3 weeks, I go before an ALJ to prove that I qualify for SSDI. So I guess the ALJ just wants me to prove I was disabled before last insured _AND NOT_ that I had enough credits.
If during the life of your claim an overpayment occurs which the Council have the right to suspend your on going payments until it has resolved the question of recoverability. If the Council challenge the decision of a tribunal, court, or the Commissioner, and the Council feels that the decision will adversely affect the entitlement of one or a number of it’s claimants, the Council have the power to suspend any future payments until such time as a decision on the Council’s appeal is made. The Council will suspend your benefit payments in order to minimise the risk of you being overpaid benefit which you might be asked to repay at a later date, which may in turn lead to you receiving less benefit in the future, and placing you at greater risk of debt and legal action, including eviction.
The Council are obliged to notify you in writing about the suspension of your claim.
You are insured for SSDI or they wouldn't have made a medical decision on your SSDI claim.
It appear that the only issue before the ALJ is date of onset of disability (just a guess on my part) since your SSI claim was approved.The individual requesting retroactive Medicaid must meet all of the requirements for the Medicaid category, both financial and non-financial.An individual can request retroactive Medicaid at any time, even if they have been denied previously for failing to provide requested verification. Since I don't have the full 40 credits, when I go to ALJ won't he deny for lack of credits? So I guess the ALJ just wants me to prove I was disabled... And it seems I did, by the shred of my teeth, earn 20 of them the past 9 years, 11 months and 10 days. The previous years, I earned 19 credits over 4 years and 5 months time. I believe I first became disabled and when I applied back in 2011, I said that date was December 2005. In just 3 weeks, I go before an ALJ to prove that I qualify for SSDI. Back when I could have qualified for SSDI with a lower amount of credits. And it seems I did, by the shred of my teeth, earn 20 of them the past 9 years, 11 months and 10 days. The previous years, I earned 19 credits over 4 years and 5 months time.If the Council have any doubts as to whether you are receiving the correct amount of benefit, the Council are obliged to suspend your benefit payments until such time as the query is resolved.