If my daughter was approved for social security ...

If my daughter was approved for social security disability child benefits, but doesn't receive any because i collect all that is available for my disability, can she collect off of her grandmothers social security. 

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Just to  avoid legal trouble, call a social sercurity office somewhere that you dont go to in another town and get advice.

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I don't think so! Call SS, but if you are receiving the maximum allowed for your household, I don't see how she could qualify under her grandmothers SS.

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Just google social security all their rules are on their website. Tells you everything.

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