Form SSA-632-BK "Request for Waiver of Overpayment Recovery"

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Form SSA-632-BK (04-2019)
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Social Security Administration
OMB No. 0960-0037
Request for Waiver of Overpayment Recovery
When To Complete This Form
Complete this form if any of the following applies:
You think that you are not at fault for the overpayment and you cannot afford to pay the money back.
You think that you are not at fault and you think the overpayment is unfair for some other reason.
We will use your answers to decide if you have to pay the money back. If we decide you do not have to pay
the money back, we call it a waiver. If you also think we made a mistake when we decided that you were
overpaid, or if you disagree with the amount of your overpayment, please also complete the SSA-561,
Request for Reconsideration. We call this action an appeal.
When Not To Complete This Form
If you do not wish to request a waiver, but you think we made a mistake when we decided that you
were overpaid, or if you disagree with the amount of your overpayment. Instead, please complete the
SSA-561, Request for Reconsideration.
You are requesting a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge. Instead, please complete the
HA-501-U5, Request for Hearing by Administrative Law Judge.
You only want to change the amount of money you must pay us back each month. Instead, please
complete the SSA-634, Request for Change in Overpayment Recovery Rate.
You have been convicted of fraud relating to this overpayment.
SECTION 1 - IDENTIFYING QUESTIONS
IMPORTANT: Please answer the following questions as completely as you can and submit any supporting
documents with your waiver request. If you need more space for answers, use the "REMARKS" section on
page 11.
1.
A. What is the name, Social Security Number, and claim number (if any) of the overpaid person?
Name:
Claim Number:
SSN:
Yes (go to 4)
No (go to 1.C)
B. Are you the overpaid person?
C. If you are filling out the waiver request for the overpaid person, what is your relationship to the
overpaid person? (check all that apply)
I am the overpaid person's parent.
I am the overpaid person's representative payee.
I am the overpaid person's spouse.
I am the overpaid person's legal guardian.
Other, please explain:
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Form SSA-632-BK (04-2019)
Discontinue Prior Editions
Page 1 of 14
Social Security Administration
OMB No. 0960-0037
Request for Waiver of Overpayment Recovery
When To Complete This Form
Complete this form if any of the following applies:
You think that you are not at fault for the overpayment and you cannot afford to pay the money back.
You think that you are not at fault and you think the overpayment is unfair for some other reason.
We will use your answers to decide if you have to pay the money back. If we decide you do not have to pay
the money back, we call it a waiver. If you also think we made a mistake when we decided that you were
overpaid, or if you disagree with the amount of your overpayment, please also complete the SSA-561,
Request for Reconsideration. We call this action an appeal.
When Not To Complete This Form
If you do not wish to request a waiver, but you think we made a mistake when we decided that you
were overpaid, or if you disagree with the amount of your overpayment. Instead, please complete the
SSA-561, Request for Reconsideration.
You are requesting a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge. Instead, please complete the
HA-501-U5, Request for Hearing by Administrative Law Judge.
You only want to change the amount of money you must pay us back each month. Instead, please
complete the SSA-634, Request for Change in Overpayment Recovery Rate.
You have been convicted of fraud relating to this overpayment.
SECTION 1 - IDENTIFYING QUESTIONS
IMPORTANT: Please answer the following questions as completely as you can and submit any supporting
documents with your waiver request. If you need more space for answers, use the "REMARKS" section on
page 11.
1.
A. What is the name, Social Security Number, and claim number (if any) of the overpaid person?
Name:
Claim Number:
SSN:
Yes (go to 4)
No (go to 1.C)
B. Are you the overpaid person?
C. If you are filling out the waiver request for the overpaid person, what is your relationship to the
overpaid person? (check all that apply)
I am the overpaid person's parent.
I am the overpaid person's representative payee.
I am the overpaid person's spouse.
I am the overpaid person's legal guardian.
Other, please explain:
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D. If you are not the overpaid person, what is your name or the name of the organization
1.
you represent?
Name:
E. If you are the overpaid person's representative payee, were you the representative payee when
Yes
No
the overpayment occurred?
SECTION 2 - QUESTIONS FOR REPRESENTATIVE PAYEE
IMPORTANT: If you were the representative payee for the overpaid person when the overpayment
occurred, complete Section 2 as it applies to you as the representative payee. Otherwise, go to Section 4.
2.
A. Was the overpaid person living with you when he or she was overpaid?
Yes
No
B. Does the overpaid person currently live with you?
Yes
No
C. Are you requesting a waiver for a minor child?
Yes
No
Yes
No
D. Did you tell us about the change or event that caused the overpayment?
E. Do you still have any of the overpaid money?
Yes (go to 2.F)
No (go to 2.G)
F. How much of the overpaid money do you still have? $
Yes
No (go to 2.H)
G. Did you use the overpaid money for the beneficiary?
H. Explain how you used the overpaid money:
SECTION 3 - IF YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR A FAMILY MEMBER'S OR ANOTHER
INDIVIDUAL'S OVERPAYMENT
IMPORTANT: If we told you in the overpayment notice that you are responsible for a family member's
overpayment, complete Section 3. Otherwise, go to Section 4.
3.
A. Did we tell you in the overpayment notice that you are responsible for paying back another
individual's overpayment?
Yes (go to 3.B)
No (go to 4)
B. Was the overpaid person living with you when he or she was overpaid?
Yes
No
C. Did you receive any of the overpaid money?
Yes
No
SECTION 4 - INFORMATION ABOUT RECEIVING THE OVERPAYMENT
IMPORTANT: Please complete questions 4 through 26 as completely as you can. If you are answering the
questions for someone else or if you are helping someone fill out the form, check the boxes and answer
each question as it applies to the overpaid person.
4. What was your situation when the overpayment occurred? (Check all that apply)
I was a child when the overpayment occurred.
I was an adult when the overpayment occurred.
I was receiving disability benefits from Social Security.
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4.
I was receiving retirement benefits from Social Security.
I was receiving Social Security benefits from a parent's record.
I was receiving Social Security benefits as a widow/widower.
I was receiving Social Security benefits as a spouse.
I was receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments.
None of the above, please explain:
5.
What is your reason for requesting a waiver? (Check all that apply)
A.
The overpayment was not my fault.
B.
I cannot afford to pay the money back.
C.
The overpayment is unfair for other reasons.
Please explain:
D.
I thought I still had a disability that would make me eligible for benefits. I filed an appeal and I
fully cooperated with Social Security.
E.
I was age 18 and receiving SSI when the overpayment occurred.
F.
None of the above, please explain:
Yes
No
6.
Are you requesting a waiver for your entire overpayment amount?
7.
Have you previously filed a waiver request for this overpayment?
Yes
No
Yes
No (go to 11)
Do you have the notice for this overpayment?
8.
If you have the notice for this overpayment, please provide the date on that notice.
(MM/DD/YYYY)
If you have the notice for this
overpayment, please provide the following information:
First month you were overpaid
9.
Last month you were overpaid
If you were overpaid only one month, please provide the month
10.
If you have the notice for this
overpayment, please provide the amount of the overpayment. $
11.
What was the cause of the overpayment?
(Check all that apply)
A.
I received too much income.
B.
My household received too much income.
C.
My resources were over the amount for SSI.
D.
I received help for food and shelter.
E.
I received more than one benefit payment for the same month.
F.
The Social Security Administration determined that I was no longer disabled.
G.
My marital status changed.
H.
I received workers' compensation.
I.
I was in a nursing home.
J.
I was in jail or prison.
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11.
K.
I lived outside the U.S. for 30 consecutive days.
My immigration status changed.
L.
M.
Another person became entitled on the same record.
N.
My attorney fee was not withheld from my benefits.
O.
I was no longer a student.
P.
I no longer had a child under age 16 or a disabled child in my care.
Q.
I was overpaid because:
I do not know why I was overpaid.
R.
12. A. Do you understand that you are supposed to report changes to us, for example:
• a change in resources
• working
• marriage
• a change in income
• a change in school attendance
• divorce
• moving
• any other changes that may affect your benefits
Yes
No, explain:
B. Is there anything that prevents you from reporting your changes to us?
Yes, please explain:
No
C. Did you tell us about the change or event that led to the overpayment?
Yes, please check one or more reasons below
No, please explain:
I called in
I sent a fax or letter
I visited a local field office
I used electronic wage reporting
Other, please explain:
Date(s) you told us about the change or event that led to the overpayment:
Do you have any documentation indicating that you told us about the change or event that led
to the overpayment?
Yes, please send it with your waiver request
No, please explain:
D. Have you ever been overpaid before?
Yes (go to 12.E)
No (go to 12.F)
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E. If you were overpaid before, is this overpayment for the same reason?
12.
Yes
No
I do not know
F. Are you currently receiving any of the following? (Check all that apply)
I am receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments.
I am receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).
My claim number is:
I am receiving a pension based on need from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
My claim number is:
IMPORTANT: If you checked any boxes in question 12.F, go to page 13. Please sign, date, provide your
address and phone number(s), and proof that you receive TANF or VA pension, if applicable. If this
statement does not apply, go to question 13.A.
SECTION 5 - YOUR FINANCIAL STATEMENT
Documents to Support Your Statements
IMPORTANT: To complete Sections 5 through 8 of this form, you should refer to certain documents to
support your statements. Please answer all questions and submit any supporting documents with your
request. Your supporting documents should be no older than 3 months from the date you are requesting a
waiver. Submit similar documents for your spouse and your dependents. A dependent is a person who
depends on you for support and whom you can claim on your tax return.
Examples of supporting documents are:
• Current Rent or Mortgage Information
• Recent Bank Statements (checking or
• 2 or 3 Recent Utility, Medical, Charge Card,
savings account)
• Current Pay Stubs
and Insurance Bills
• Canceled Checks
• Your Most Recent Income Tax Return
Please write only whole dollar amounts. Round any cents to the nearest dollar.
13. A. Did you still have any of the overpaid money at the time you received the overpayment notice?
Amount $
Yes
(go to 13.B)
No (go to 14)
B. Do you still have any of the overpaid money?
Amount $
Yes
No
(If yes, return the money to SSA following the instructions in the
overpayment notice or contact SSA at 1-800-772-1213.)
14. Did you receive any real estate after you received the overpayment notice?
Yes (provide the value)
No
Value: $
15. A. Did you give away any real estate after you received your overpayment notice?
Yes (provide the value)
No
Value: $
B. Did you sell any real estate after you received your overpayment notice?
Yes (provide the amount)
No
Amount you received after selling: $