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Time Limit Extended if an Investigation is in Progress
1425.1 Can revisions be made after the time limit has run out?
The earnings record for a year may be revised even after the time limit for that year has run out if, before it ran out, the worker or the worker's survivor:
Applied for benefits; or
Requested a revision of his or her earnings record for that year.
1425.2 When can the earnings record be corrected?
That part of the earnings record open to correction at the time of filing the application may be corrected up until a final decision is made on the earnings issue.
1425.3 Can the earnings record be revised after a final decision?
No, after a final decision has been made on the earnings issue, you may not revise your earnings record for that year.
1425.4 What years can be corrected?
The only years open to correction are:
Those years for which revision has specifically been requested before the time limit ran out; and
Those years in which the time limits ran out before the date of the final decision.
1425.5 What is the definition of "survivor"?
"Survivor" in this section means the worker's widow (including a surviving divorced wife or surviving divorced mother), widower (including a surviving divorced husband or surviving divorced father), child, or parent.
Last Revised: March, 2001
- When can earnings records be revised after the time limit?
- Time Limit for Correcting Earnings Records
- Reinstatement of Benefits When Marriage Terminates
- Time Limit for Reopening Final Determinations
- Evidence Needed to Change Earnings Record
- Child in Care Requirement
- Can wages be credited to your record even if you cannot obtain any evidence of wages?
- What happens if a child is entitled to benefits on more than one earnings record at the same time?
- ALJ Actions
- Entitlement of a Surviving Divorced Wife or Husband
- Spouse Defined
- When are you entitled to divorced spouse's insurance benefits?
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