Here are two examples of where an eIAR exception can occur.
Example 1: The individual files a subsequent claim which the CR start-dates while a prior claim
is pending, and IAR is involved for the prior claim. When this happens, the SSI system
does not build an underpayment on either SSR. You must use an A-OTP to pay all SSI
payments due for the period prior to the start date. Posting the GR code would only
affect the subsequent claim.
Example 2: An ineligible spouse files a claim and IAR is involved. The CR establishes a couple
start date record upon receipt of the medical determination. The CR establishes the
start date record using the CCM as the start date month and immediately processed
to C01 status. In this situation, there is no underpayment on the start date SSR record.
If the CR posts a GR code, the input will generate an “L” for late or an “N” for no