Hi! I never thought I'd find myself in such situation, but here I am, desperately seeking your advice. Let me share the situation that led me to this perplexing question - how to prove you are not deceased.
Last week, I got a letter in the mail from the Social Security Administration stating that my benefits were being terminated because I was officially declared deceased.
I immediately called the SS office to sort things out. After what felt like an eternity on hold, I finally spoke to someone who was just as baffled as I was. They explained that according to their records, I had passed away, and they needed me to provide evidence that I am, indeed, very much alive.
I mean, how to prove you are not deceased? It's not like there's a manual for this sort of thing. The rep mentioned something about needing official documents and proof of identity, but honestly, I'm at a loss here.
Has anyone else ever faced a situation like this? How did you prove you're not deceased? I could really use some practical advice here. Thanks!