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Time on the rolls
« on: July 27, 2022, 05:28:01 pm »
I wonder how much weight they give when you have nearly 10 years on SSDI. Also, your age? and new issues that crop up. I am expecting my CDR in February IF I get it on time like I have since I was approved in 2014. I was fully favorable back in 2012. So, I have almost a decade on SSDI. and will be 59 in a month. I hate the worrying & hope perhaps to get skipped due to my age & COVID-19 backlogs.

I do know I am in the low category ( was last review) 00134.

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Re: Time on the rolls
« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2022, 11:24:11 pm »
Age is more important than how long you have been receiving disability. At 59, you may or may not receive another CDR. If you have regularly received a CDR each time. I think you stand a good chance of receiving another one in February. But I could be wrong. If you do receive another one in February. I think you have a good chance of it being your last one.
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