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under this section to any person on the basis of the wages and selfemployment income of such employee.

Minimum Survivor'* or Dependent's Benefit

(m) In any case in which the benefit of any individual for any month under this section (other than subsection (a)) is, prior to reduction under subsection (k) (3) and subsection (q), less than the first figure in column IV of the table in section 215 (a) and no other individual is (without the application of section 202 (j) (1)) entitled to a benefit under this section for such month on the basis of the same wages and self-employment income, such benefit for such month shall, prior to reduction under such subsection (k) (3) and subsection (q), be increased to the first figure in column IV of the table in section 215 (a).

Termination of Benefits Upon Deportation of Primary Beneficiary

(n) (1) If any individual is (after the date of enactment of this subsection) 42 deported under paragraph (1), (2), (4), (5), (6), (7), (10), (11), (12), (14), (15), (16), (17), or (18) of section 241 (a) of the Immigration and Nationality Act,43 then, notwithstanding any other provisions of this title—

(A) no monthly benefit under this section or section 223 shall be paid to such individual, on the basis of his wages and selfemployment income, for any month occurring (i) after the month in which the Secretary is notified by the Attorney General that such individual has been so deported, and (ii) before the month in which such individual is thereafter lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence,

(B) if no benefit could be paid to such individual (or if no benefit could be paid to him if he were alive) for any month by reason of subparagraph (A), no monthly benefit under this section shall be paid, on the basis of his wages and self-employment income, for such month to any other person who is not a citizen of the United States and is outside the United States for any part of such month, and

(C) no lump-sum death payment shall be made on the basis of such individual's wages and self-employment income if he dies (i) in or after the month in which such notice is received, and (ii) before the month in which he is thereafter lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence.

Section 203 (b), (c), and (d)" of this Act shall not apply with respect to any such individual for any month for which no monthly benefit may be paid to him by reason of this paragraph.

(2) As soon as practicable after the deportation of any individual under any of the paragraphs of section 241 (a) of the Immigration and Nationality Act enumerated in paragraph (1) in this subsection, the Attorney General shall notify the Secretary of such deportation. Application for Benefits by Survivors of Members and Former Members of the

a This subsection was enacted on September 1, 1954.

"See p. 454 for the pertinent provisions of thp Immigration and Nationality Act.

"P. L. 86-778, sec. 211 (1) changed the reference to "Section 203 (b), (c), and (d)" from "Section 203 (b) and (c)" effective with respect to monthly benefits for months after December 1960.

Uniformed Services

(p) In the case of any individual who would be entitled to benefits under subsection (d)? (e), (g),or (h) upon filing proper application therefor, the filing with the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs by or on behalf of such individual of an application for such benefits, on the form described in section 3005 of Title 38, United States Code, shall satisfy the requirement of such subsection (d), (e), (g), or (h) that an application for such benefits be filed.

Extension of Period for Filing Proof of Support and Applications for Lump-Sum

Death Payment

(p) In any case in which there is a failure—

(1) to file proof of support under subparagraph (C) of subsection (c) (1), clause (i) or (ii) of subparagraph (D) of subsection (f) (1), or subparagraph (13) of subsection (h) (1), or under clause (B) of subsection (f) (1) of this section as in effect prior to the Social Security Act Amendments of 195045 within the period prescribed by such subparagrapli or clause, or

(2) to file, in the case of a death after 1946, application for a lump-sum death payment under subsection (i), or under subsection (g) of this section as in effect prior to the Social Security Act Amendments of 1950,46 within the period prescribed by such subsection,

and it is shown to the satisfaction of the Secretary that there was good cause for failure to file such proof or application, as the case may be, within such period, such proof or application shall be deemed to have been filed within such period if it is filed within two years following such period or within two years following August 1956, whichever is later. The determination of what constitutes good cause for purposes of this subsection shall be made in accordance with regulations of the Secretary.

Adjustment of Old-Age and Wife's Insurance Benefit Amounts in Accordance With Age of Female Beneficiary

(q) (1) The old-age insurance benefit of any woman for any month prior to the month in which she attains the age of sixty-five shall be reduced by—

(A) % of 1 per centum, multiplied by
(B)

the number equal to the number of months in the period beginning with the first day of the first month for which she is entitled to an old-age insurance benefit and ending with the last day of the month before the month in which she would attain the age of sixty-five.

(2) The wife's insurance benefit of any wife for any month after the month preceding the month in which she attains the age of sixtytwo and prior to the month in which she attains the age of sixty-five shall be reduced by—

"Prior to the Social Security Act Amendment! of 1950 (P. L. 734, 81st Cong.) sec. 202 (f) (1) (B) read as follows: "was chiefly dependent upon and supported by such Individual at the time of such Individual's death and filed proof of such dependency and support within 2 years of such date of death."

« See p. 235.

(A) 2%6 of 1 per centum, multiplied by

(B) the number equal to the number of months in the period beginning with the first day of the first month for which she is entitled to such wife's insurance benefit and ending with the last day of the month before the month in which she would attain the age of sixty-five, except that in no event shall such period start earlier than the first day of the month in which she attains the age of sixty-two.

The preceding provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to the benefit for any month in which such wife has in her care (individually or jointly with the individual on whose wages and self-employment income such wife's insurance benefit is based) a child entitled to child's insurance benefits on the basis of such wages and self-employment income. With respect to any month in the period specified in clause (B) of the first sentence, if such wife does not have in such month such a child in her care (individually or jointly with such individual), she shall be deemed to have such a child in her care in such month for the purposes of the preceding sentence unless there is in effect for such month a certificate filed by her with the Secretary, in accordance with regulations prescribed by him,47 in which she elects to receive wife's insurance benefits reduced as provided in this subsection. Any certificate filed pursuant to the preceding sentence shall be effective for purposes of such sentence—

(i) for the month in which it is filed, and for any month thereafter, if in such month she does not have such a child in her care (individually or jointly with such individual), and

(ii) for the period of one or more consecutive months (not exceeding twelve) immediately preceding the month in which such certificate is filed which is designated by her (not including as part of such period any month in which she had such a child in her care (individually or jointly with such individual)). If such a certificate is filed, the period referred to in clause (B) of the first sentence of this paragraph shall commence with the first day of the first month (i) for which she is entitled to a wife's insurance benefit, (ii) which occurs after the month preceding the month in which she attained the age of sixty-two, and (iii) for which such certificate is effective.

(3) In the case of any woman who is entitled to an old-age insurance benefit to which paragraph (1) is applicable and who, for the first month for which sne is so entitled (but not for any prior month) or for any later month occurring before the month in which she attains the age of sixty-five, is entitled to a wife's insurance benefit to which paragraph (2) is applicable, the amount of such wife's insurance benefit for any month prior to the month in which she attains the age of sixty-five shall, in lieu of the reduction provided in paragraph (2), be reduced by the sum of—

(A) an amount equal to the amount by which such old-age insurance benefit for such month is reduced under paragraph (1), plus

(B) an amount equal to—

(i) the number equal to the number of months specified in clause (B) of paragraph (2), multiplied by

(") 2%e of 1 Per centum, and further multiplied by (iii) the excess of such wife's insurance benefit prior to reduction under this subsection over the old-age insurance benefit prior to reduction under this subsection.

47 See footnote 15, p. 18.

(4) In the case of any woman who is or was entitled to a wife's insurance benefit to which paragraph (2) is applicable and who? for any month after the first month for which she is or was so entitled (but not for such first month or any earlier month) occurring before the month in which she attains the age of sixty-five, is entitled to an old-age insurance benefit, the amount of such old-age insurance benefit for any month prior to the month in which she attains the age of sixty-five shall, in lieu of the reduction provided in paragraph (1), be reduced by the sum of—

(A) an amount equal to the amount by which such wife's insurance benefit is reduced under paragraph (2) for such month (or, if she is not entitled to a wife's insurance benefit for such month, by an amount equal to the amount by which such benefit was reduced for the last month for which she was entitled thereto), plus

(B) if the old-age insurance benefit for such month prior to reduction under this subsection exceeds such wife's insurance benefit prior to reduction under this subsection, an amount equal to—

(i) the number equal to the number of months specified in clause (B) of paragraph (1), multiplied by

(ii) % of 1 per centum, and further multiplied by (iii) the excess of such old-age insurance benefit over such wife's insurance benefit.

(5) In the case of any woman who is entitled to an old-age insurance benefit for the month in which she attains the age of sixtyfive or any month thereafter, such benefit for such month shall, if she was also entitled to such benefit for any one or more months prior to the month in which she attained the age of sixty-five and such benefit for any such prior month was reduced under paragraph (1) or (4), be reduced as provided in such paragraph, except that there shall be subtracted, from the number specified in clause (B) of such paragraph—

(A) the number equal to the number of months for which such benefit was reduced under such paragraph, but for which such benefit was subject to deductions under48 section 203(b) or paragraph (1) of section 203 (c),49

and except that, in the case of any such benefit reduced under paragraph (4), there also shall be subtracted from the number specified in clause (B) of paragraph (2), for the purpose of computing the amount referred to in clause (A) of paragraph (4)—

(B) the number equal to the number of months for which the wife's insurance benefit was reduced under such paragraph (2), but for which such benefit was subject to deductions under section 203 (b), under section 203 (c) (1), under section 203 (d) (I),50 or under section 222 (b),

"P. L. 86-778, sec. 211 (i) (1) deleted "paragraph (1) or (2) of," effective with respect to taxable years beginning after December 1960.

"P. L. 86-778, sec. 211 (]) (1) Inserted "or paragraph (1) of section 203 (c)," effective with respect to monthly benefits for months after December 1960.

"P. L. 86-778, sec. 211 (J) (2) Inserted "section 203 (b), under section 203 (c) (1), under section 203 (d) (1)," In lieu of "paragraph (1) or (2) of section 203 (b), under Roctlon 203 (e)," effective as to references to sec. 208 (c) and (d), with respect to monthly benefits for months after December 1960 and, as to references to sec. 203 (b), with respect to taxable years beginning after December 1960.

(C) the number equal to the number of months occurring after the first month for which such wife's insurance benefit was reduced under such paragraph (2) in which she had in her care (individually or jointly with the individual on whose wages and self-employment income such benefit is based) a child of such individual entitled to child's insurance benefits, and

(D) the number equal to the number of months for which such wife's insurance benefit was reduced under such paragraph (2), but in or after which her entitlement to wife's insurance benefits was terminated because her husband ceased to be under a disability, not including in such number of months any month after such termination in which she was entitled to wife's insurance benefits.

Such subtraction shall be made only if the total of such months specified in clauses (A), (B), (C), and (D) of the preceding sentence is not less than three. For purposes of clauses (B) and (C) of this paragraph, a wife's insurance benefit shall not be considered terminated for any reason prior to the month in which she attains the age of sixty-five.

(6) In the case of any woman who is entitled to a wife's insurance benefit for the month in which she attains the age of sixty-five or any month thereafter, such benefit for such month shall, if she was also entitled to such benefit for any one or more months prior to the month in which she attained the age of sixty-five and such benefit for any such prior month was reduced under paragraph (2) or (3), be reduced as provided in such paragraph, except that there shall be subtracted from the number specified in clause (B) of such paragraph—

(A) the number equal to the number of months for which such benefit was reduced under such paragraph, but for which such benefit was subject to deductions under section 203 (b), under section 203 (c) (1), under section 203 (d) (1) 01 or under section 222(b),

(B) the number equal to the number of months, occurring after the first month for which such benefit was reduced under such paragraph, in which she had in her care (individually or jointly with the individual on whose wages and self-employment income such benefit is based) a child of such individual entitled to child's insurance benefits, and

(C) the number equal to the number of months for which such benefit was reduced under such paragraph, but in or after which her entitlement to wife's insurance benefits was terminated because her husband ceased to be under a disability, not including in such number of months any month after such termination in which she was entitled to wife's insurance benefits.

and except that, in the case of any such benefit reduced under paragraph (3), there also shall be subtracted from the number specified in clause (B) of paragraph (1), for the purpose of computing the amount referred to in clause (A) of paragraph (3) and—

(D) the number equal to the number of months for which the old-age insurance benefit was reduced under such paragraph

« P. L. 86-778 under sectio effective as 50, p. 33.

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