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SSS or SSS Portal is an easy-to-use online service platform of the SSS website that enables registered SSS members to conveniently and safely access their social security records online. To use this SSS online facility, all you need is a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or computer that's connected to the internet.
What is SSA-561-U2 Used For? This document is a request for reconsideration form. It is used to appeal administration's determination about the claim for either supplemental security income (SSI) or special veterans benefits (SVB).
If your disability claim was recently denied for medical reasons, you can request an appeal online. A reconsideration is a complete review of your claim by someone who did not take part in the first determination. We will look at all the evidence submitted used in the original determination, plus any new evidence.