Long Delays to Get Hearing Dates Nationwide

In 2005, the average length of time it took to get a hearing after a request for a hearing was 485 days (16 months) from the date one asked for a hearing. The average lengths of time to get a hearing (after a hearing is requested) was obtained through the Freedom of Information Act. The times are for each and every hearing office in the United States and Puerto Rico. Long delays in processing cases are the number one complaint leveled by claimants against the Social Security Administration.

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