When You Receive a Notice Remand in the Mail from the Social Security Administration (SSA) Appeals Council It Could Be Good News

when you receive a notice remand in the mail from the social security administration (ssa) appeals council it could be good news

When you receive a Notice Remand in the mail from the Social Security Administration (SSA) Appeals Council it could be good news. Because of the Appeals Council (AC) can remand a case for a second Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) hearing. An ALJ may issue a recommended decision. Read Hearings Appeals and Litigation Law (HALLEX) manual I-2-8-15. Also, the AC can have jurisdiction of the ALJ’s decision on its own motion of authority within 60 days of the date of the ALJ’s decision. Read 20 CFR 404.969 and 416.1469, and HALLEX I-3-6-1.

When you receive a Notice Remand in the mail from the Social Security Administration (SSA) Appeals Council it could be good news.  Because many remanded cases awarded at the second hearing.  After you filed an appeal with the Social Security Administration (SSA) Appeals Council.  This means the Appeals Council has transferred your Social Security Disability claim back to the SSA Hearing office for another ALJ hearing.

When you receive a Notice Remand in the mail from the Social Security Administration (SSA) Appeals Council it can be good news

If the Appeals Council finds the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) hearing decision contains an error of law.  Or is not supported by the substantial weight of medical evidence.  Then the Appeals Council will decide to remand your Social Security Disability claim.  Back to the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR).  Yet, having new submitted medical evidence.  Social Security Disability claims may remand back to the ALJ for further actions it requires.  You can find the Rules on Appeals Council Remand in 20 C.F.R. § 404.977.

A remanded hearing scheduled by the Hearing office.  Can take place within four to six months to receive a Notice of Remand issued.  The Hearing office and ALJ’s can take necessary action outlined by the Appeals Council.  For example, the Appeals Council can request the Claimant to go to a Consultative Examination appointment.  Scheduled and paid by SSA.  The SSD claim has remanded is frequently scheduled with the previous ALJ.

After receiving a Notice of Remand.  It’s very encouraging because many remanded cases awarded at the second hearing.  Yet having your claim remanded does not mean you will get a favorable decision this time around.

However, after the hearing, the ALJ will issue a new decision for your case.  Normally it takes one to three months after the hearing for a decision.  When you receive a favorable decision.  It means you are eligible to receive benefits.  But if you get denied. Then you have the option to file another appeal with the Appeals Council or file a new claim.

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