I-4-3-101.Exhibit - Appeals Council Order Remanding Court Case — Standard Language

Last Update: 9/13/05 (Transmittal I-4-15)

SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
OFFICE OF HEARINGS AND APPEALS

ORDER OF APPEALS COUNCIL
REMANDING CASE TO ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE

In the case of

Claim for

[Claimant Name]________________________ (Claimant)

[Claim for]__________________________

[Xname] ____________________________________ (Wage Earner) (Leave blank if same as above)

[SSN] [XSSN] _________________________________ (Social Security Number)

[Use this order when the actions required on remand are evident from the court order]

{1}

The U.S. District Court for the [System copies District from Re: line of Notice] District of [System copies State from Re line of Notice] has remanded this case to the Commissioner of Social Security for further administrative proceedings in accordance with the [fourth / sixth] sentence of section 205(g) of the Social Security Act.

{2}

Under the authority of [CFR 404.983/ 416.1483], the Appeals Council vacates the final decision of the Commissioner of Social Security and remands this case to an Administrative Law Judge for further proceedings consistent with the order of the court.

{3}

In compliance with the above, the Administrative Law Judge will [offer the claimant the opportunity for a hearing][1] [and] [address the additional evidence submitted], take any further action needed to complete the administrative record and issue a new decision.

APPEALS COUNCIL

 

 

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[Judge Name1]         
[Acting] Administrative Appeals Judge

Date:


[1]   Where the court order is silent on further hearing, this variable will be deleted only when the DLI, or date of attainment of age 22 in a CDB case, precedes the date of the ALJ's decision.