20 CFR 404.902 - Administrative actions that are initial determinations.
Initial determinations are the determinations we make that are subject to administrative and judicial review. We will base our initial determination on the preponderance of the evidence. We will state the important facts and give the reasons for our conclusions in the initial determination. In the old age, survivors' and disability insurance programs, initial determinations include, but are not limited to, determinations about -
(b) Your reentitlement to benefits;
(h) Termination of your benefits;
(i) Penalty deductions imposed because you failed to report certain events;
(j) Any overpayment or underpayment of your benefits;
(k) Whether an overpayment of benefits must be repaid to us;
(l) How an underpayment of benefits due a deceased person will be paid;
(m) The establishment or termination of a period of disability;
(p) Your drug addiction or alcoholism;
(s) Whether your completion of, or continuation for a specified period of time in, an appropriate program of vocational rehabilitation services, employment services, or other support services will increase the likelihood that you will not have to return to the disability benefit rolls, and thus, whether your benefits may be continued even though you are not disabled;
(v) Nonpayment of your benefits under § 404.469 because you have not furnished us satisfactory proof of your Social Security number, or, if a Social Security number has not been assigned to you, you have not filed a proper application for one;
Title 20 published on 2015-11-18
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Title 20 published on 2015-11-18.
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