For cases not involving a DIB claim, there is no need to hold the request.
If the claimant meets the conditions in GN 00206.005, process the request and send a notice of approval.
EXAMPLE: A claimant currently receiving Unemployment Compensation (UC), files a RIB claim.
The claimant thinks the RIB benefit will negate the UC benefits. He or she can file
a conditional WD request until he or she gets more information about the UC.
The notice of approval of the WD must contain the following information:
The condition of the WD request;
An explanation that it is the claimant's responsibility to notify us if the condition
of the WD request does not produce the predicted outcome;
A statement that we are approving and processing the WD on the assumption that this
condition or event will happen; and
A 60-day period to report changes that affect the WD request.
EXAMPLE: “We approved your withdrawal request based on the assumption that [list condition(s)
from the withdrawal request] will occur as you predicted. You are responsible for notifying the Social Security
Administration if the condition(s) you listed on your withdrawal request does not
occur within 60 days of the notice of approval of withdrawal.”