When a claimant alleges a DB on the first or, if material, the second day of the month
(or is an SSI applicant whose first month of eligibility is the month of attainment
of age 65) and the SSA record used is the E/R, among the other evidence of age must
be a document at least 5 years old which shows month, day and year of birth.
Although month, day and year may be entered on the E/R, SSA electronically compares
only the month and year against the DB entered in its record. Thus, the E/R does not necessarily corroborate a first or second day of the month allegation.