When a person's prior title XVI eligibility was suspended because of a nondisability
reason, and it is found when payment reinstatement is requested that nondisability
suspension no longer applies, a CDR will be necessary only if an event which raises
a continuing disability issue occurred after the last medical determination.
When an individual requesting a reinstatement is found otherwise eligible (i.e., the
nondisability event no longer applies), the FO is authorized to resume payment even
though a continuing disability issue arose during ineligibility.
NOTE: The DDS will also receive cases where the payments previously suspended for WU were
reinstated, but in which a continuing disability issue is still outstanding.
The individual will be under a disability for title XVI purposes if the conversion
recipient meets the Federal definition of disability or the individual has, since
12/73, continued to be disabled as defined by the State plan.
In situations where an SSA-833-U3 cessation was previously processed, the conversion
recipient will be found eligible again only if the Federal criteria are met.