If I get married will I lose my social security benefits-in uk
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Much depends upon the type of "Social Security benefits" you are receiving. For instance, if you are receiving Supplemental Security Income payments ("SSI"), the agency will terminate payments - you cannot continue to receive SSI payments outside of the coutry.
If you are receiving Disability Insurance Benefits, the entitlement of which comes from your work history, then generally, you may be able to continue receiving your benefits while residing in another country.
If you are a U.S. citizen, you have a right to continue receiving Social Security benefits -- including disability -- in almost any other country. Even if you are not a citizen of the U.S., in most countries you can still receive Social Security benefits. The rules for receiving Social Security benefits while living abroad are explained in the Social Security Administration web page Your Payments While You Are Outside The United States (found at http://www.ssa.gov/pubs/10137.html ). If you continue to receive Social Security Disability benefits, you will have to regularly provide proof to Social Security, usually at a U.S. consulate in the country where you live, of your income and physical condition. Once you reache full retirement age, you could switch from disability benefits to the same amount in Social Security Retirement benefits (if you qualifie for them), which would mean you would automatically receive benefits and would no longer have to regularly check in with Social Security.
The Social Security Administration website is full of helpful information: www.ssa.gov
Hope that helps with your planning.
From the fact pattern you have presented it appears you are not located within the U.S. and you will need a solicitor in the U.K.