If a claimant is approved for Social Security Disability Benefits based upon meeting a step 3 listing, can any subsequent CDR's revoke future benefits because of a "supposed" change in a RFC evaluation (whether the claimant's RFC has actually improved or not)? When a claimant meets a step 3 listing during the application process, the disability evaluation should be concluded regardless to any findings at step 4 or step 5. If the qualifying and disabling impairment is a chronic disease with no cure and with no possible medical improvement, can/will the SSA "try" to find a way around this by claiming the RFC is now (suspiciously) capable of "some" work? I have read too many federal appeals where the SSA tries to deny previous approvals based upon similar circumstances (as if in retaliation).I believe the SSA has fumbled with my claim for 4.5 years simply because they do not want to approve my claim at step 3 since I am a younger individual. The SSA has obviously disregarded direct evidence that proves I met listing level criteria by simply (and suspiciously) evaluating my claim based upon a ridiculous clerical error involving my AOD. For example, out of 10 references to my AOD, the SSA has continued to evaluate my claim using the ONE and ONLY incorrect reference to my AOD (a difference of 8 years), and after 4 years of complaining to anyone and everyone about this issue, I believe my claim is finally coming to a close with a step 3 approval. I find it very suspicious my claim may be approved after 4.5 years based upon the same evidence as I had on day one. If my claim is approved based upon meeting a step 3 listing, should I ever need to worry about CDR’s trying to revoke my benefits simply because the SSA believes I can work “other” jobs?