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Can a person collect Social Security if they are under 62 years of age?

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Yes, if they are disabled or for some other reason can't work, Check the SSA website for information. Social Security

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Most people who immigrate to the United States after they've reached retirement age will not have the 40 U.S. work credits needed to qualify for Social Security unless they worked in the country for a cumulative 10 years when they were younger. However, if you're able to legally work in the United States for a year and a half after arriving and can earn at least $1,260 per quarter, you may qualify to receive prorated U.S. Social Security benefits under a totalization agreement with a country you worked in previously.

Read more: Immigrants Over 65 and Social Security Benefits ' Investopedia http://www.investopedia.com/articles/personal-finance/030816/immigrants-over-65-and-social-security-benefits.asp#ixzz4NeIrQiw1

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