Will my child lose SSI if I get married?
Adult Child Benefits If you are receiving disability benefits under your parent's work record as an adult child, getting married will usually cause your SSDI benefits to stop. But if you marry a person with disabilities who is also receiving Social Security benefits, you may not lose your benefits when you get married.
Can you lose your SSI if you get married?
If you are receiving Social Security disability benefits under your own work record (meaning you are the disabled worker), then getting married will not affect your benefit payments. This is the case no matter whether your future spouse works, receives disability benefits, or has no income.
Does your SSI increase if you have a child?
Generally, your child will receive up to 50% of your total SSDI benefit. It is important to note that there is a maximum amount that a family can receive based on one disabled individual's benefits. The family limit is usually 150% – 180% of the SSDI benefit awarded to the disabled individual.
Can a child on SSI work?
SSI rules about disability The child, who is not blind, must not be working or earning more than $1,260 a month in 2020.