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Title 20Chapter IIIPart 422


TITLE 20—Employees' Benefits

CHAPTER III—SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

PART 422—ORGANIZATION AND PROCEDURES

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Subpart A—ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

§422.1
Organization and functions.
§422.5
District offices and branch offices.
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Subpart B—GENERAL PROCEDURES

§422.101
Material included in this subpart.
§422.103
Social security numbers.
§422.104
Who can be assigned a social security number.
§422.105
Presumption of authority of nonimmigrant alien to engage in employment.
§422.106
Filing applications with other government agencies.
§422.107
Evidence requirements.
§422.108
Criminal penalties.
§422.110
Individual's request for change in record.
§422.112
Employer identification numbers.
§422.114
Annual wage reporting process.
§422.120
Earnings reported without a social security number or with an incorrect employee name or social security number.
§422.122
Information on deferred vested pension benefits.
§422.125
Statements of earnings; resolving earnings discrepancies.
§422.130
Claim procedure.
§422.135
Reports by beneficiaries.
§422.140
Reconsideration of initial determination.
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Subpart C—PROCEDURES OF THE OFFICE OF DISABILITY ADJUDICATION AND REVIEW

§422.201
Material included in this subpart.
§422.203
Hearings.
§422.205
Review by Appeals Council.
§422.210
Judicial review.
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Subpart D—CLAIMS COLLECTION

§422.301
Scope of this subpart.
§422.303
Interest, late payment penalties, and administrative costs of collection.
§422.305
Report of overdue program overpayment debts to consumer reporting agencies.
§422.306
Report of overdue administrative debts to credit reporting agencies.
§422.310
Collection of overdue debts by administrative offset.
§422.315
Review of our records related to the debt.
§422.317
Review of the debt.
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Subpart E—COLLECTION OF DEBTS BY ADMINISTRATIVE WAGE GARNISHMENT

§422.401
What is the scope of this subpart?
§422.402
What special definitions apply to this subpart?
§422.403
When may we use administrative wage garnishment?
§422.405
What notice will we send you about administrative wage garnishment?
§422.410
What actions will we take after we send you the notice?
§422.415
Will we reduce the amount that your employer must withhold from your pay when withholding that amount causes financial hardship?
§422.420
May you inspect and copy our records related to the debt?
§422.425
How will we conduct our review of the debt?
§422.430
When will we refund amounts of your pay withheld by administrative wage garnishment?
§422.435
What happens when we decide to send an administrative wage garnishment order to your employer?
§422.440
What are your employer's responsibilities under an administrative wage garnishment order?
§422.445
May we bring a civil action against your employer for failure to comply with our administrative wage garnishment order?
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Subpart F—APPLICATIONS AND RELATED FORMS

§422.501
Applications and other forms used in Social Security Administration programs.
§422.505
What types of applications and related forms are used to apply for retirement, survivors, and disability insurance benefits?
§422.510
Applications and related forms used in the health insurance for the aged program.
§422.512
Applications and related forms used in the black lung benefits program.
§422.515
Forms used for withdrawal, reconsideration and other appeals, and appointment of representative.
§422.520
Forms related to maintenance of earnings records.
§422.525
Where applications and other forms are available.
§422.527
Private printing and modification of prescribed applications, forms, and other publications.
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Subpart G—ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW PROCESS UNDER THE COAL INDUSTRY RETIREE HEALTH BENEFIT ACT OF 1992

§422.601
Scope and purpose.
§422.602
Terms used in this subpart.
§422.603
Overview of the review process.
§422.604
Request for detailed information.
§422.605
Request for review.
§422.606
Processing the request for review.
§422.607
Limited reopening of assignments.
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Subpart H—USE OF SSA TELEPHONE LINES

§422.701
Scope and purpose.
§422.705
When SSA employees may listen-in to or record telephone conversations.
§422.710
Procedures SSA will follow.
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Subpart I—[RESERVED]

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Subpart J—PROTECTING THE PUBLIC AND OUR PERSONNEL TO ENSURE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

§422.901
Scope and purpose.
§422.902
Definition of personnel for purposes of this subpart.
§422.903
Prohibited conduct.
§422.904
Notice of the ban.
§422.905
Appeal rights.
§422.906
Periodic request for review of ban decision.
§422.907
Posting requirement.


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