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How to Find the Status of Your Claim for Railroad Retirement Benefits
(Posted September 17, 2006)
Question 595: How can I find out the status of my claim for Railroad Retirement benefits? I've been told it's been approved, but I haven't received a letter or the first payment.
Answer: You can start by calling the Railroad Retirement Board District office where you filed your application. They should be able to tell you the current status of your claim, and when the first payment will be made.
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