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The header on the letter states "New york State of Disability Assistance, Division of Disability Determination.
and is signed by the persons name with "Disability Analyst Unit" under it The person is located in the Binghampton, NY offcie (even though my correspondence to be sent to London, KY). Please note Binghampton is located about 120 miles from where I am located -- and there are closer Socilal Security offices to my location.
Based on the above how easy is it to reach that office? Do you know anything in particular in dealing with this office?
Since the office is loacted 120 miles form where I live -- it pretty much would preclude me going there in person -- would it be correct to say that in this case going to my local SSA office would be useless as the analyst is located in a different office?
thank you. I sent the 424-BK (long form) about a months ago to the local office where I live. Based on what you are saying -- is it likely that the adjucator never received it in the Binghamton office?
Would it be correct to say that the role of the adjucator is to get all the forms from me and my medical doctors -- and then based on this information decide whether to ask for additional medical examination by SSA.When all the information is in -- then the role of the adjucator is to also decide whether to grant CDR or reject it -- or there is some possible intermediate step in between for the adjucator to do?
Just to clarify -- the adjucator is the same person whose name appears on this letter to me -- right?