Who Gets Medicare?

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All American citizens and permanent residents over age 65 qualify for Part A Medicare if certain criteria's are met. If you do not qualify for free Medicare you can pay a premium to get Medicare. If you are under 65 with a disability you can also look into getting Medicare as well.
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Anyone over 65 is qualified to get Medicare. If a person is disabled and receiving SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance), then they are also eligible to receive Medicare.
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In order to apply for Medicare, you will have to be a recipient of either Social Security or Social Security Disability Insurance payments.
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1 Call the social security department in your county and request a packet of information with the necessary details. You might need to also ask about private benefits requirements
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You can apply for Medicare 3 months prior to your 65th birthday, the month of your birthday, and 3 months following your 65th birthday. Check out this page for information on Medicare
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