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What happens to the Social Security benefits of a person who goes to jail?

En español | The Social Security Administration is required by law to suspend payment of benefits to anyone who has been convicted of a crime and is in prison for more than 30 continuous days. If family members are receiving benefits based on the person's record, those payments will continue.


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