NOTE: For the purposes of the Prerelease program, findings of suspected disability or presumed blindness (PD/PB) are not considered. inform us if you likely meet the SSI criteria and that you may be released within 30 days of notification of the potential SSI authorization; If an authorisation is not likely during the lifetime of the application, FO takes the final steps to dismiss the case on a technical basis. indicate your expected publication date and inform us of delays that may result in a later release date; and the prerelease procedure allows you to apply for a security supplement (SSI) and the Supplementary Nutrition Assistance Programme (SNAP) (former food brand) a few months before your early discharge from an institution, so that benefits can start quickly after your dismissal. We do not pay you SSI benefits if you reside in a public institution. After you know your expected release date, call Social Security at 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778). Please hold your Social Security number. We make an appointment with your local social security service to collect your application after your dismissal. In cases that are not subject to the EDCS, you shall without delay communicate to FO the final decision on all cases preceding publication (allocations and refusals) by telephone, e-mail or any other electronic means. No additional notification is required for EDCS cases.
must be published within a few months of the date you submit your ISS application. Organizes the completion of the application and other necessary forms, including a signed authorization from the person allowing FO to discuss the matter with the institution`s staff. To do this, use Form SSA-3288. Indicates the expected release date in point 5 of SSA-3367. Complete instructions on treatment fo under SI 00520.920 – Treatment of prerelease cases can be found. The pre-release procedure has been developed to promote deinstitutionalisation, by providing authorised persons with timely SSI payments when they re-enter the Community. . . .