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How many CDRs (short or long form) did you receive since turning age 60? (DO NOT answer this poll if you're younger than age 60.)

Zero short or long form CDRs received since turning age 60
20 (83.3%)
1 short or long form CDR received since turning age 60
2 (8.3%)
2 short and/or long form CDRs receiving since turning age 60
0 (0%)
3 short and/or long form CDRs received since turning age 60
1 (4.2%)
4 or more short and/or long form CDRs received since turning age 60
1 (4.2%)

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Re: CDR Survey age 60 and over
« Reply #45 on: March 16, 2021, 07:39:05 pm »
I wonder what this means?? >>  Age 54 1/2 or older at MIE or MIP diary maturity
a. Setting the MINE diary
Set a MINE diary for individuals whose MIE or MIP diaries will mature at age 54 1/2 or older. <<<

what makes individuals whose MIE or MIP diaries will mature at age 54 1/2 or older << it looks to me like some mature and some don't because it says>>  for individuals whose MIE or MIP diaries will mature at age 54 1/2 or older. If everyone at 54 1/2 ALL converted to MINE wouldn't it read as such? It doesn't  it says >>>>>  for individuals<<<  That implies to me that some reach MINE  at 54 1/2 and some don't. If we all met MINE  at 54 1/2 you would think it would say ALL and not >> FOR INDIVIDUALS <<
Does that mean some won't change to MINE?


Any idea? or am I reading that wrong?

I found the info here>>>  https://secure.ssa.gov/apps10/poms.nsf/lnx/0426525045#b
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Re: CDR Survey age 60 and over
« Reply #46 on: March 16, 2021, 10:24:51 pm »
I wonder what this means?? >>  Age 54 1/2 or older at MIE or MIP diary maturity
a. Setting the MINE diary
Set a MINE diary for individuals whose MIE or MIP diaries will mature at age 54 1/2 or older. <<<

what makes individuals whose MIE or MIP diaries will mature at age 54 1/2 or older << it looks to me like some mature and some don't because it says>>  for individuals whose MIE or MIP diaries will mature at age 54 1/2 or older. If everyone at 54 1/2 ALL converted to MINE wouldn't it read as such? It doesn't  it says >>>>>  for individuals<<<  That implies to me that some reach MINE  at 54 1/2 and some don't. If we all met MINE  at 54 1/2 you would think it would say ALL and not >> FOR INDIVIDUALS <<
Does that mean some won't change to MINE?


Any idea? or am I reading that wrong?

I found the info here>>>  https://secure.ssa.gov/apps10/poms.nsf/lnx/0426525045#b

yes you are reading it wrong. it is differentiating all individuals whose MIE or MIP diaries that mature at 54 1/2 or older as opposed to individuals whose MIE or MIP diaries mature under 54 1/2.

Thats what the sentance means all individuals but in practice not all people whose MIE or MIP diaries mature at 54 1/2 or older have their diaries change to MINE. It has to be inputted by someone at SSA and it doesnt always happen. Mine didnt change for example.

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Re: CDR Survey age 60 and over
« Reply #47 on: March 16, 2021, 10:58:24 pm »
I posted about this many months ago...  I asked a disability examiner why I was still receiving three year reviews when I was nearly 60 at the time.  She responded that I should definitely be classified MINE but said that some examiners are "lazy" and they input three year follow-ups without looking at the person's age, which they are supposed to do. 

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Re: CDR Survey age 60 and over
« Reply #48 on: March 17, 2021, 11:01:35 am »
Has anyone age 62 and over received the short or long form questionnaires?

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Re: CDR Survey age 60 and over
« Reply #49 on: March 17, 2021, 03:57:22 pm »
Has anyone age 62 and over received the short or long form questionnaires?

a person who worked or had worked for ssa at one time said that he had worked on a long form cdr for someone who was 65. But that isnt common. Short forms arent that common either from age 62 on but they are not unheard of

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Re: CDR Survey age 60 and over
« Reply #50 on: March 17, 2021, 05:03:40 pm »
I'll be 62 in 2 months. I've been on benefits for 7 years since last February. I've yet to get either a short form or a long form. My approval letter said 5 - 7 years for review.

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Re: CDR Survey age 60 and over
« Reply #51 on: March 17, 2021, 05:17:54 pm »
Has anyone age 62 and over received the short or long form questionnaires?

a person who worked or had worked for ssa at one time said that he had worked on a long form cdr for someone who was 65. But that isnt common. Short forms arent that common either from age 62 on but they are not unheard of
I'll be 62 in 2 months. I've been on benefits for 7 years since last February. I've yet to get either a short form or a long form. My approval letter said 5 - 7 years for review.
Wow you would think, after 62 there shouldn't be anymore CDRs.

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Re: CDR Survey age 60 and over
« Reply #52 on: March 17, 2021, 05:21:17 pm »
I'll be 62 in 2 months. I've been on benefits for 7 years since last February. I've yet to get either a short form or a long form. My approval letter said 5 - 7 years for review.
You have been very lucky, and I wish you a smooth ride with out CDRs.

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Re: CDR Survey age 60 and over
« Reply #53 on: March 17, 2021, 05:32:07 pm »
Has anyone age 62 and over received the short or long form questionnaires?

a person who worked or had worked for ssa at one time said that he had worked on a long form cdr for someone who was 65. But that isnt common. Short forms arent that common either from age 62 on but they are not unheard of

If we're thinking of the same person, I believe the person said they had worked on long form CDRs on 64-year-olds.

(Sorry for the weird gobbledygook characters in the quote below but I think it's part of the current forum software glitch as when it was originally posted, I believe there were just plain apostrophes or quotation marks where the gobbledygook now is.)

Your angst is understandable.  I am sure that somewhere deep in the procedure manuals there are answers but as adjudicators we could never find any rhyme or reason to the way Continuing Disability Reviews reached our desks for processing. Of course, we never saw Short Form CDR’s but there were many times when Long Form CDR’s in our caseloads were frozen and we were told to take no action on them.  This included action to notify the beneficiary that no action would be taken until…  (Sometimes the cases were even taken out of our caseloads so the processing time would not be counted against us.)  Most of the time these “freezes” occurred when there were problems with the CDR budget – either the budget was over spent or not finalized.

I have done long form CDR’s on 64 year olds so I would say your age is not a factor.

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Re: CDR Survey age 60 and over
« Reply #54 on: March 17, 2021, 07:29:12 pm »
you have a very good memory

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Re: CDR Survey age 60 and over
« Reply #55 on: March 17, 2021, 07:51:33 pm »
you have a very good memory

My memory is kind of weird. It retains some really random things, some important things, but then other things I have a hard time remembering at all. And sometimes when I'm given that test where you try to remember 3 words and repeat them back like 15 minutes later after talking about other subjects...a couple times I've remembered all 3 words but there were 1 (or 2) times I could only remember 2 of the words.

FWIW, I bookmark plus save documents and links and stuff pertaining to certain topics so that I'm able to pull them up later as needed to refresh my memory. I've had to develop this system because my memory is bad at times.

In this case though regarding 64-year-olds getting CDRs, it was just one of those random things my brain actually held onto.
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Reconsideration Denial: 11/2014
Hearing: 11/13/15 (Friday the 13th!)
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Re: CDR Survey age 60 and over
« Reply #56 on: August 21, 2021, 09:31:49 pm »
Bump to the top because the subject of CDR's is a very often asked topic and to give more forum users a chance to participate in the poll if they have recently turned 60.
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Re: CDR Survey age 60 and over
« Reply #57 on: August 22, 2021, 05:01:49 am »
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Re: CDR Survey age 60 and over
« Reply #58 on: September 01, 2021, 08:07:23 pm »
Quote from: shaks24 on March 17, 2021, 05:03:40 PM
I'll be 62 in 2 months. I've been on benefits for 7 years since last February. I've yet to get either a short form or a long form. My approval letter said 5 - 7 years for review.
This is very interesting. How are things going presently? thanks

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Re: CDR Survey age 60 and over
« Reply #59 on: September 01, 2021, 10:19:05 pm »
Quote from: shaks24 on March 17, 2021, 05:03:40 PM
I'll be 62 in 2 months. I've been on benefits for 7 years since last February. I've yet to get either a short form or a long form. My approval letter said 5 - 7 years for review.
This is very interesting. How are things going presently? thanks

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