A determination resulting from a redetermination can constitute both an “initial”
and a “revised” determination at the same time. Such a determination is “initial”
to the extent that it affects future eligibility or payment and “revised” to the extent
that it affects retroactive eligibility or payment.
If a redetermination constitutes an initial determination, it can be reopened from the date of the notice of that determination through the time limits specified in VB 02507.010B.1. If the redetermination constitutes a revised determination, it can be reopened
from the date of the notice of the initial determination being revised through the
time specified in VB 02507.010B.1.