We are writing to tell you that we received your request to have your (title(s) II
and/or XVI claim(s)) of (date) reviewed under Acquiescence Ruling 98-3(6), Dennard v. Secretary of Health and Human Services. [NOTE: Include the following statement if the individual also requested application of
the Drummond AR (DI 52705.001) or if the prior claim is a Drummond AR/Dennard AR interim period case (See DI 52706.010B.6 and DI 52706.010C.2): We will send you another letter about a review of your claim(s) under Acquiescence
Ruling 98-4(6), Drummond v. Commissioner of Social Security.]
We have looked at your case and have determined that the Dennard Acquiescence Ruling does not apply to your prior claim.
WHY THIS RULING DOES NOT APPLY TO YOUR CLAIM
This Ruling does not apply to your prior claim because:
____The date of the notice of the final decision on your prior claim is not within
the period from April 10, 1990 (the date of the court decision) through May 31, 1998,
the day before the publication of the Ruling.
____The claim was not under the same title of the Social Security Act as an earlier
____The claim did not involve deciding whether you were disabled during a period different
than the period covered by a decision on an earlier disability claim.
____There was no prior decision by an Administrative Law Judge or the Appeals Council
on an earlier disability claim under the same title of the Social Security Act that
included a finding of the demands of your past relevant work, or a finding of your
date of birth, education or work experience.
____You did not reside within the Sixth Circuit (Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee)
at the time of the decision on your claim of date).
We Did Not Decide If You Are Currently Disabled
It is important for you to know that we did not make a decision about whether you
are currently disabled. We only decided whether this Ruling covers your prior claim.
If you think you are disabled now, you should file a new application at any Social
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