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Old 10-26-2018, 02:47 PM   #11
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i make a copy and just send in the original in regular mail. if they dont get it after a while they notify you that you have not sent it in. just finish it and mail it.....no need to create a reason for a full review by not sending it in on time. you already have all your information to fill it out.

im not ready for any holidays yet and not looking forward to winter at all. we are supposed to have a northeaster tomorrow. ugh!

Northeaster already, that sucks. Where you located at? Yeah i hate winter myself. Just more pains in neck and back. Stay warm

Am gonna mail it today regular mail. Today is day 14. I over think this stuff, when no need to. All last night i kept saying why didnt i send it out 13 days ago and then start thinking will they say "hey what took so long for this guy to fill out this simple form, lets review him" Mind just messing with me. I have been on it since 2001, have low score and low profile so i shouldnt be worrying.
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Old 11-24-2018, 12:29 AM   #12
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Echoes, where is everybody? Nobody has posted since october.
Did you have a good Thanksgiving?
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Old 11-24-2018, 07:32 PM   #13
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Echoes, where is everybody? Nobody has posted since october.
Did you have a good Thanksgiving?
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quiet, just immediate family. how was yours?
how old are you ? i was reading the other day that its very unusual to get a cdr after 60 and the oldest anyone has heard of was 62. of course nothing is guaranteed but this appears to be the case.
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Old 11-25-2018, 08:33 AM   #14
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i was reading the other day that its very unusual to get a cdr after 60 and the oldest anyone has heard of was 62. of course nothing is guaranteed but this appears to be the case.
I will expect that 62 number to rise?....I am 55 now, and due to many changes in the 80s to SS, my real retirement age would be 67....So just to jump through the hoops It wouldnt suprise me one bit that it wont go higher. IMHO
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I will expect that 62 number to rise?....I am 55 now, and due to many changes in the 80s to SS, my real retirement age would be 67....So just to jump through the hoops It wouldnt suprise me one bit that it wont go higher. IMHO
there are many factors involved. the retirement age went up for everybody born after 1939. if that were a big factor it would have started to come into play four years ago and doesnt seem to have. as you get older it is harder for you to be able to re enter the work force, because your skills are outdated, because you have other limiting factors. because employers dont want to hire older workers, especially those who will raise their health insurance rates. keep in mind that you can still retire early at 62, so it is a diminishing return for them to waste their resources on cdr's for those people that age and up.

i only recently became aware that if you are on SSI not SSDI that you have to apply for early retirement at age 62. If people on SSI have an early retirement amount that is less than maximum ssi, then they still get some ssi to make up the difference if they are still disabled. this may be why some people are getting cdr's at 61-62 to see if they are still disabled for ssi. I dont really know. im just guessing about that part.
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Hello Echoes,
well i finally got my cdr approval letter. 3 1/2 months. Been on ssd since 2001 and still get 3 year reviews. Am 56 right now and will be 59 by next review. I hope you are right about the no reviews after 60. After 18 years do they really think my health could have gotten better since they first approved me, lolllll. Even a person that doesnt have a disability more then likely isnt gonna be as healthy 18 years later in life.

Hows your weather? Its 1 degree outside, with a windchill of about 25 below. Time to move somewhere warm, but have always been afraid it will trigger another review. Hell i didnt even want to move locally because of that fear. Am sure theres nothing to worry about, but i get something like that in my head and i cant get it out, lolllll

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Hows your weather? Its 1 degree outside, with a windchill of about 25 below. Time to move somewhere warm, but have always been afraid it will trigger another review. Hell i didnt even want to move locally because of that fear. Am sure theres nothing to worry about, but i get something like that in my head and i cant get it out, lolllll

Stay warm and safe
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I moved to a warmer climate myself....10 years ago from Chicago to Northern Arizona.....It took years for a review and I have since moved to another city in northern AZ. The only thing that changed was the SS office I need to deal with.....First was Prescott, then Flagstaff.
Not just the warmer weather helps, but mostly sunny has been a huge help with depression for me!....If moving somewhere warm will make you happy, just do it, and enjoy life the best you can!
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its was 3 here when i woke up. if you read their own rules we both should be on a MINE diary 5-7 years for review as opposed to the MIP diary of 3 years.

Procedure - MINE Criteria
Set the MINE diary when any criterion in the 3 MINE categories below is met.

1. Age 54 1/2 or older at MIE or MIP diary maturity
a. General
For individuals of advanced age, generally set a MINE diary. This category includes individuals whose MIE or MIP diaries will mature at age 54 1/2 or older. These individuals are currently:


age 51 1/2 or older if a MIE criterion does not apply, and


between ages 51 1/2 and 54 if a MIE criterion does apply.


b. Exceptions
Set the vocational diary, or the MIE or MIP diary to mature up to age 59 1/2 for individuals whose case facts indicate that recovery or remission is almost certain (e.g., recent or scheduled surgery which will resolve the impairment; current significant, sustained, and progressive improvement which will almost certainly result in full recovery). Examples include certain cases involving:


cancer (see DI 26525.010), lymphoma, or leukemia (DI 26525.030C).

NOTE: In cancer cases, set a MINE diary only when the case facts indicate there is no possibility of remission.


fractures, sprains, or dislocations


title XVI statutory blindness which is expected to no longer meet the statutory blindness definition set the MIE diary to mature up to age 64 1/2 in these cases only.




2. Under age 54 1/2 at MIP diary maturity
a. General
For individuals who will be under age 54 1/2 when a MIP diary would mature (i.e., the individual is currently under age 51 1/2), set a MINE diary when the case has the following characteristics:


meets or equals a listing cited below.


is allowed on a meets, equals, medical-vocational, or functional equals basis and meets the specified impairment, age, and/or onset criteria. (The specified age refers to age at the time of the current determination.)
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its was 3 here when i woke up. if you read their own rules we both should be on a MINE diary 5-7 years for review as opposed to the MIP diary of 3 years.

Procedure - MINE Criteria
Set the MINE diary when any criterion in the 3 MINE categories below is met.

1. Age 54 1/2 or older at MIE or MIP diary maturity
a. General
For individuals of advanced age, generally set a MINE diary. This category includes individuals whose MIE or MIP diaries will mature at age 54 1/2 or older. These individuals are currently:


age 51 1/2 or older if a MIE criterion does not apply, and


between ages 51 1/2 and 54 if a MIE criterion does apply.


b. Exceptions
Set the vocational diary, or the MIE or MIP diary to mature up to age 59 1/2 for individuals whose case facts indicate that recovery or remission is almost certain (e.g., recent or scheduled surgery which will resolve the impairment; current significant, sustained, and progressive improvement which will almost certainly result in full recovery). Examples include certain cases involving:


cancer (see DI 26525.010), lymphoma, or leukemia (DI 26525.030C).

NOTE: In cancer cases, set a MINE diary only when the case facts indicate there is no possibility of remission.


fractures, sprains, or dislocations


title XVI statutory blindness which is expected to no longer meet the statutory blindness definition set the MIE diary to mature up to age 64 1/2 in these cases only.




2. Under age 54 1/2 at MIP diary maturity
a. General
For individuals who will be under age 54 1/2 when a MIP diary would mature (i.e., the individual is currently under age 51 1/2), set a MINE diary when the case has the following characteristics:


meets or equals a listing cited below.


is allowed on a meets, equals, medical-vocational, or functional equals basis and meets the specified impairment, age, and/or onset criteria. (The specified age refers to age at the time of the current determination.)

Thats insane and am even listed as an L with a 0129 profile score. Glad i have a great doctor and updated mri's that show my neck and back are worse. I guess if they want to waste their time and money on me, so be it
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Thats insane and am even listed as an L with a 0129 profile score. Glad i have a great doctor and updated mri's that show my neck and back are worse. I guess if they want to waste their time and money on me, so be it

it would be nice if they followed their own rules like we are expected to
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