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HelloThis is Samuel. Do you want to file the Injunction with Notice? Or without Notice? Without Notice would require you being able to show that harm would come to your client if Notice were given.
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It appears that what you need to do here is to sue the SSA in a declaratory judgment action and then file a motion for preliminary injunction. Here is a sample motion for preliminary injunction. Here is a sample complaint for declaratory judgment. Here is the law. Here is the related FRCP.
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