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Re: Getting ss paid into UK bank account
« Reply #15 on: May 16, 2019, 06:55:06 AM »
Actually no I've never called them before and yesterday was a busy day so I didn't get the chance but I'll give it a go today and we'll see how that pans out  ;)
I'll let you know what happens, and thank you for your help and advice, it's been so stressful trying to deal with everything on my own since my husband's health deteriorated.
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Re: Getting ss paid into UK bank account
« Reply #16 on: May 16, 2019, 07:07:04 AM »
Actually no I've never called them before and yesterday was a busy day so I didn't get the chance but I'll give it a go today and we'll see how that pans out  ;)
I'll let you know what happens, and thank you for your help and advice, it's been so stressful trying to deal with everything on my own since my husband's health deteriorated.

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Re: Getting ss paid into UK bank account
« Reply #17 on: May 16, 2019, 07:31:55 AM »
Thank you Larrabee that makes me feel so much better, and I know the advice and help I get from this forum is sound advice. Since being back in the UK I have had so many mixed messages sometimes I just want to scream lol  ::)
It hasn't been easy dealing with everything on my own plus being full time carer to my husband, but I'll be sure to check with you all on here in the future as you've never let me down and I should have remembered that
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Re: Getting ss paid into UK bank account
« Reply #18 on: May 16, 2019, 07:47:35 AM »
Thank you Larrabee that makes me feel so much better, and I know the advice and help I get from this forum is sound advice. Since being back in the UK I have had so many mixed messages sometimes I just want to scream lol  ::)
It hasn't been easy dealing with everything on my own plus being full time carer to my husband, but I'll be sure to check with you all on here in the future as you've never let me down and I should have remembered that

You don't need to come to us with a question either. We're happy just to chat about anything or listen to you if you need to get something off your chest.  :)
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Re: Getting ss paid into UK bank account
« Reply #19 on: May 16, 2019, 12:24:12 PM »
I'm just applying for the START of SS. It is a pain however. I've been going back and forth with Durhamlad on this a bit. I was able to fill out the SS form online back in the US, and got confirmation that they received it. They now want our marriage certificate...which I'm not too thrilled with possibly sending all the way back to the US. I have also emailed the SS here in England.....and I "think" they will give me a call at some point....either from the US or from the office in London (I think US). I've almost thought it would be a good time to visit relatives back home since it might make applying and getting the bank stuff done while back there. I don't think it will require that drastic action.....and I wouldn't be able to take my wife with me since she is also semi-taking care of both of her parents with dementia here in the UK. I just figure I'll keep needing to pound away at it until things fit into place. You might just be able to call the SS site here in the UK.....seems like a saw a phone number somewhere......
Fred


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