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Jurisdiction

01/01/1984

Federal courts may not review some types of "final" SSI decisions of ALJs.

01/01/2000

An Appeals Council order remanding a case to the ALJ for further proceedings is not a final decision appealable to the federal courts.

01/01/1980

"Final decision" of the Secretary generally means the initial substantive decision of the Secretary on the benefits claim.

01/01/1986

Absent a colorable constitutional claim not present here, a district court does not have jurisdiction to review the Secretary's discretio

01/01/1994

District Court does lack jurisdiction when claimant fails to file a timely complaint (60 days) after notice of Secretary's final decision

01/01/1985

Generally, a remand order is an interlocutory order that does not divest a court of jurisdiction over a case.

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