Normally SSA will run one of several different reports that captures your earnings and work history. If that has happened, you would not need to submit anything. Otherwise, it is always wise to be prepared for all issues. If you have documents that show your work was so short, you can always provide that information to Social Security yourself. If you have hired a lawyer, you may want to show him/her your documents before you submit them to the Social Security Administration to be sure there is nothing in your records that could cause you problems. Good luck!
Not necessarily. Depends on the judge. Some judges consider 3 months as sufficient to be counted as SGA and part of your past relevant work history. You may want to consult with an experienced local attorney to go over your case and work history.
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Sometimes a statement from a supervisor can help, especially if you were let go because you could not keep up with the demands of the job. But many times, employers are hesitant to make such a statement.
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