I-2-0-92.Exhibit - Enclosure With Letter to Unrepresented Claimant

Last Update: 9/28/05 (Transmittal I-2-66)

Important Notice About Representation

You may choose to have a representative help you. You may appoint an attorney or other person to act as your representative. Some representatives may represent you for free. We will work with this person just as we would work with you.

Most representatives do not charge a fee unless your claim is successful and you receive benefits. Usually, your representative may not charge a fee unless we approve it.

If you get a representative, you or that person must notify us in writing. You may use our Form SSA-1696-U4 Appointment of Representative. Any local Social Security office can give you this form.

If you want an attorney to help you, you may contact the organization(s) listed below. The organization you contact should give you the name and number of an attorney with experience representing people at Social Security hearings.

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If you cannot pay for legal representation and you think you might qualify for free legal help, you may contact the organization(s) listed below. If they cannot help you, they may refer you to someone else.

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If you want someone who is not an attorney to help you, you may contact the organization(s) listed below. The organization you contact should give you the name and number of someone with experience representing people at Social Security hearings.

Organization

Address

Telephone