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If you have applied for SSI/SSDI and your claim was denied, the first level of appeal is called a Request for Reconsideration.
To file a Request for Reconsideration, you must submit in writing both your but any disagreement and/or submit any additional evidence you want the SSA to consider. will be sufficient. Reconsideration by SSA will include:
- A comprehensive case review;
- Review of additional medical or other evidence;
- Review of all required SSA forms.
Once the review by the SSA is complete, you will receive the following from the SSA:
- You will receive a Written Redetermination Notice;
- If your claim is again, denied, you will receive Notice of the right
to appeal to an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) for in-person
- Your Notice will include the Notice that your request for an ALJ
Hearing must be filed within 60 days of receipt of your Written