If I Commit A Crime Can I Still Get My Social Security Benefits?


Arrest Warrants

If you have an outstanding felony arrest warrant for fleeing custody you will not be eligible to receive Social Security retirement benefits for any month in which there was an outstanding arrest warrant.

Felony Convictions

If you are convicted of a felony and you are receiving Social Security benefits, you will not be paid for the months you are confined. However, family members who are legally allowed to receive such benefits will continue to do so.

If you violate a condition of parole or felony probation you will not be permitted to receive Social Security benefits for any month in which you were in violation of your probation or parole.

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