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By Chad H on Tuesday , May 6th , 2014 in / No Comments
Your date last insured (DLI) is the date in which you are last insured for Social Security Disability benefits. In order to receive benefits, you must prove to Social Security that you were unable to work due to your disability prior to your DLI.
Generally speaking, if you worked full time for ten or more years, your DLI is usually five years after the last day that you worked.
DLI dates are not considered in a Supplemental Security Income claim.