had an ALJ hearing 1/31. Was working part time at time of hearing and still am'
It has only been two weeks. Decisions are taking 2-4 months depending on hearing office, judge and time of year. All you can do is be patient.
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I agree with Mr. Pont. I routinely tell people it will take at least 2 months to receive a decision but I also agree that it depends on the Judge and the time of the year. I wish that the news was better.
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I have been doing SSA hearings over over 20 years. Typically. I have found it takes between 2 to 6 months to receive an ALJ decision. I know it’s difficult to wait. Good luck in getting a fully favorable decision.
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