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Can I receive non-service connected VA Disability and regular Social Security (SSI) benefits at the same time?

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Kari,

I don't have the answer to your question; I have basically the same question.  I receive 60% service connected disabilty and SSDI in Ny.  I applied for unemployabilty, have you heard anything about geting the increase, or if they grant the 100%, do they take some from your SSDI?  Do you have any info for me.  I applied a couple months ago and haven't heard anything yet.  Please email me at cnndg@aol.com

thanks,

jeff

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