The SSA 827 form is known as an Authorization to Disclose Information. It is used by the Social Security Administration, and submitting the form allows them to use your personal information. This includes educational records, medical reports, and other information that may be needed to determine your eligibility for social security benefits.
This form should be submitted along with the initial application for disability, supplemental security income, or other social security benefits. This will ensure that the application can be processed as quickly as possible. Failure to submit this disclosure could result in the application being rejected by the Social Security Administration.
Filling out the form is fairly simple. It requires personal information such as name, social security number, and contact information. Completing and signing this form allows the Social Security Administration to use future information from the next 12 months as well.
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