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February 27, 2012

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Harvey Curry

I was denied access to Special Needs Trust or Supplemental Needs Trust by Social Security Administration Claims Analyst.
I submitted all financial documents requested by claims analyst
I was told my financial resources exceeded the maximum amount($2,000) allowed in order to qualify for SSI benefits
I was instructed to spend down my GE investment portfolio ($35,000) to a maximum of $2,000 in order to qualify for SSI
I was not informed about waiver of undue hardship(POMS Section-SI 01120.204-F)and claims analyst selecting Form-SSA-L8100; Selecting from FONS menu (TST010)-Explains that the individual is now eligible based on undue hardship
I never received consideration or information that I met the criteria for undue hardship
I was evicted from my 40 year residence for non-payment of rent;SSI insufficient in paying rent, food, and utilities.
I filed an appeal requesting a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge: Appeal Request Denied
I am now destitute, insolvent and bankrupt
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