And it also says the decision is made .
It could mean your claim for SSDI has been denied for insufficient work credits while your SSI claim still pends. I suggest you have a more detailed conversation with a social security attorney in your area to further explore what this means and what still needs to be done.
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I agree with the above response. You may have been denied SSDI based on insufficient work credits, while still technically eligible for SSI based on need, while still awaiting a decision on the medical portion of your SSI claim. If you receive a written denial on either claim, that is the best time to contact an attorney to discuss how to proceed with an appeal. Best of luck to you!
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