My question involves child support in the State of: Illinois. My childs father began recieving SSI and SSD when My son was about a year old. Since then I have been recieving $48.00 per MONTH as Child Support. My child support is based off of the check he recieves for SSD which based off of what he earned while working before filing for SS benefits. This check is significantly lower than his SSI check. I have tried going through child Support Enforcement to have a modification review done to have the amount of child support increased, and they informed me that there was nothing they could do. I contacted The SS Administration and they said that my child was NOT entitled to anything other then the 48/month he is already recieving. According to them my childs father did notpay enough "into it" for my son to be elgible to recieve a check as a dependent of a parent who is disabled and unable to work. So my question is if there is anything I can do to get benefits for my son or get his father to have to up his amount in child support?