unable to show medical onset before title II eligibility ends
Continue title XVI disability.
Deny title II disability, e.g., not insured.
the requirements for disability differ, e.g., title II DWB vs title XVI medical /vocational decision (this example involving title II DWB is applicable only for DWB benefits payable prior to January 1991 for which applications were filed prior to 01/01/1991. (See DI 11015.001B.)
title II duration requirement is not met, but SSI conversion claim State Plan continues to be met, and disability does not exist under Federal criteria.
Continue title XVI, i.e., title XVI blindness claim allowed without considering duration.
Deny title II per DI 27515.001A.2.
the requirement for duration is not met for title II, and title XVI is protected by 1619 provisions
the requirements for title II differ, e.g., title II DWB, and statutory requirements never existed for DWB, and title XVI now ceased
the title XVI disability ceased before title II duration requirement met
the title XVI disability ceased more than 14 months before the title II claim is filed, and claimant is not insured for title II benefits when the title XVI claim filed
work at SGA levels is protected by TWP provisions; and the duration requirement for title XVI is not met
the prior title XVI denial is not subject to reopening due to time limits, but a reason to question prior denial exists, per DI 27515.015A.2.
the title XVI claim is not subject to reopening because there is no new and material evidence , i.e., title II allowance is made on the basis of a “change in position”
title II ceased in a concurrent title II/XVI case and title XVI is continued because of failure to realize the concurrent situation and no notice was released
Perform current CDR on title XVI.
Cease title XVI currently, if applicable, and retain the prior title II cessation.
Consider reopening the prior title II if unable to cease the title XVI.
Solicit a new title II application if unable to reopen title II cessation.
Adjudicate the new title II application without consideration of the title XVI continuance.