An unfavorable decision on title XVI disability redetermination could be reason to
initiate a CDR on the title II claim. The evidence used could also establish a reason
to consider reopening of the title II determination. However, because the initial
standard employed in a disability redetermination differs from the MIRS employed in
determining continuing disability, it is possible that entitlement could continue
on the title II claim.
For cases that were not initiated as a CDR, notification is required prior to initiating
the title II CDR. For concurrent cases initiated as a CDR, the disability redetermination
and the title II CDR action can be processed at the same time. However, if a new notice
is required, do not process the CDR until after the notice is sent. This means that
there could be a later cessation date on the title II claim. Do not attempt to reconcile
the dates and do not delay action on the title XVI disability redetermination.
Always prepare Form SSA-832-C3/U3 to document the CDR (continuation or cessation)
for the concurrent title II claim if the title XVI disability redetermination results
in an unfavorable determination.