Subsections 206 (a) (2), 206 (a) (3) and 1631 (d) (2) of the Act establish an administrative review of the setting of pricing agreements. As part of the pricing procedure, the administrative review may relate to one of two of the following issues: the field offices (FOs) do not carry out an administrative audit as part of the pricing procedure. The company`s responsibilities in the process are as follows: the RSS is a reflection of an antenna (FO) or the Office for the Review of Disabilities and Verification of the approval of the pricing contract, and if the fee has been decided at the first level or at the level of the revaluation and the decision maker of Title II has not yet made a decision on the pricing agreement , the fee is set for 45 days for the establishment of the pricing agreement. This sub-chapter describes the administrative review as part of the pricing process. (See also GN 03910.001 for a general overview of representation and representation fees.) If the HQ granted a request for reconsideration or if the hearing decision is reviewed automatically and makes a fully favourable decision without ruling out the positive aspect of the ALJ decision, the royalty agreement approved by the ALJ remains in force. If a party requests an administrative review of the tax resulting from the ALJ decision or requests an administrative review of the levy resulting from the HQ decision, contact GN 03960.005, Responsibility for Conducting Administrative Review Under the Fee Jurisdiction – Jurisdiction. The royalty agreement and royalty application procedures are not interchangeable. If the decision maker has approved the royalty agreement and the correct notification of the amount of the royalty has been transmitted, SSA will consider a SSA-1560-U4 form (petition for authorization to obtain a fee for an applicant`s representation before the Social Security Administration) or another royalty application as a timely request for administrative review: a decision maker who has approved a pricing agreement can only request a reduction in the fee if the minutes show that an ALJ considered the applicant to be entitled and to disability insurance benefits after a hearing at which the applicant was not represented. Shortly before making the favourable decision, the hearing office received the applicant`s designation as a representative and a pricing agreement that set a fee of less than 25 per cent of the outstanding benefits, or $4,000. The ALJ authorized the royalty agreement because it meets the legal requirements and does not apply to an exception. However, after reviewing a copy of the applicant`s arbitration, the ALJ requested a reduction in the amount of the tax, as the tax was clearly overstated as part of the agreement for the meeting with the applicant, verification of the initial and thoughtful decisions and a copy of the hearing tape containing the testimony.
In the case of Title II, the notification of the award of the contract or the eligibility that SSA transmits to the applicant with a copy to the agent is explained why the decision maker refused the royalty agreement.