TN 1 (02-02)
If the AC allows the prior claim, processing depends on the status of the subsequent
Conduct a preeffectuation review contact (PERC) per SI 00603.030.
If the subsequent claim was allowed and there is no active claim iteration in MSSICS,
follow the Automated One-Time-Payment (A-OTP) procedures in SM 01901.000 for the benefit
payments due for the period prior to the new record. Issue a manual notice for the
If the Subsequent claim was allowed and there is an active MSSICS iteration, check
the filing date on the prior claim.
If the filing date on the prior claim is NOT more than six years before the current
Open a Redetermination event in MSSICS.
Correct the EFFECTIVE FILING DATE in the SSI CLAIMS APPLICATION screen (ACLM) in MSSICS
to match the filing date of the prior claim.
Develop and carefully complete the living arrangement, income, and resource screens
to cover the EFFECTIVE FILING DATE of the prior claim through the date of the PERC
on the subsequent application.
Exception: If the PERC on the prior claim is conducted less than 90 days after the date the subsequent
application was adjudicated AND the subsequent application was simultaneously developed, then limit the PERC period
from the filing date of the first claim to the filing date of the subsequent claim.
Follow instructions in MSOM MSSICS 008.003 and SM 01005.030 for EFFECTIVE FILING DATE.
If the filing date on the prior claim is more than six years before the current date:
Complete paper forms (SSA-8000, SSA-8006, etc.) to document PERC per SI 00603.035 and SI 00603.036.
Manually compute any benefit payments for the prior period, and issue these payments
following the Automated One-Time Payment (A-OTP) procedures in SM 01901.140. Issue
Terminate (T33) the subsequent claim via Direct SSR Update and establish a new start
date record via SSA-450SI with the correct Effective filing date and correct disability
Seed the case back in MSSICS.
If the subsequent claim is denied, it is considered a duplicate claim. If there is
no active iteration on MSSICS, establish and process the prior claim through MSSICS
if the effective filing date is no more than 6 years before the current date. If the
prior claim is more than 6 years before the current date, T50 the subsequent claim
on the SSR and establish and the prior claim via 450S systems procedures. Issue a
manual notice for effectuation of the AC decision.
If the AC issues an unfavorable decision or denies the request for review, it will
forward the case to the SSANRC. If the folder is needed, contact the SSANRC.