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C was the illegitimate child of his father F and mother M. A court in New York adjudicated F to be C’s father in 1964. In January 1966 C became entitled to child’s social security benefits on the earnings record of his deceased mother.
The question was whether or not F’s adoption of C would terminate the child’s social security insurance benefits. The answer was no because there was already a legally recognized parent-child relationship.
See Social Security Ruling (SSR) 69-3.
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