can u move to puerto rico, while having a social security case open, and have not received in approval?
we have open a case, but social security has not been approved, and because we are not economically well, were thinking of moving to Puerto rico.
- WW - BHNLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
Just let social security know your new address, since Puerto Rico is part of the United States, no problem.
- KiniLv 77 years ago
If you mean SSI which is welfare you cannot leave the state for more than 30 days. If you mean SSDI that could take some time and you can travel if you want. Just give your address to the SSA.
- 7 years ago
well nope not really it be hard lving in the caribbean