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These recommendations are reviewed by a series of levels in the agencies to ensure high-quality, fair, and unbiased decisions. Once the final award decisions are made, the awarding agency sends a Notice of Award (NOA) to the entities selected for funding. The NOA is the official, legally binding issuance of the award.What should I expect in an award letter?
Award letters generally answer most of the benefit payment questions that disability claimants inevitably have, such as: The amount to be received in monthly disability benefits. What day of the month to expect the monthly benefits.How long does it take to get an award letter from SSA?
Typically, claimants can expect to receive Award Letters within one to three months from the date they are approved, but in many instances, the wait may be significantly shorter, or longer. Unfortunately, as with other aspects of SSA's disability system, the timing in this area is nearly impossible to gauge.Do you have to sign back of UofM check?
If you go by a nickname or your middle name, be sure to provide your legal name. Check to see whether the check is written just to the UofM, or to both the UofM and you. If your name is included in the “Pay to the Order of” line, you will need to endorse the check by signing the back of it.