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Denial Rates Awards Author Credentials Resource Links Contact Author of Site Privacy Policy Get Faster Decision SSA Press Releases Website Search Page Below you will find information on the location of different Social Security Offices in NJ and how to apply in New Jersey.

If a summary is provided in lieu of the actual records, the cost cannot exceed the cost that would be charged for the actual record. Applying for SSDI or SSI is as simple as calling the 800 number and making an appointment at one of these local offices.

If you have difficulty getting to the office it can be done by making a phone appointment.

Make sure to read the whole Ultimate Social Security Disability Guide: SSDI, SSI, How to Win, Information so that you understand how Social Security will determine if you are disabled.

In New Jersey the wait time from request for hearing to hearing date is about 12 to 18 months.

I have also listed New Jersey's ODAR or hearing offices.

The information on this page is about Social Security Disability in NJ but it is important to remember that the law, the evidence needed and what you have to prove to be found disabled for SSDI and SSI are the same in all the states.

The Vorhees, NJ ODAR office, also called South Jersey office, average processing time is 344 days. This is from National Ranking Report statistics for the year 2012.

Update for year 2011: The average time it took from the time you request a hearing until you got a decision as of 2/25/2011 was 415 days for the Newark Hearing Office and Pennsauken (formerly Voorhees) Hearing Office was 324 days. Cap of

Update for year 2011: The average time it took from the time you request a hearing until you got a decision as of 2/25/2011 was 415 days for the Newark Hearing Office and Pennsauken (formerly Voorhees) Hearing Office was 324 days. Cap of $1.00 per page or $100.00 for up to 100 pages. When applying for Social Security Disability in New Jersey you can call any of the Local Social Security Offices listed below.

Click the following link to see more information on applying for disability.

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Update for year 2011: The average time it took from the time you request a hearing until you got a decision as of 2/25/2011 was 415 days for the Newark Hearing Office and Pennsauken (formerly Voorhees) Hearing Office was 324 days. Cap of $1.00 per page or $100.00 for up to 100 pages. When applying for Social Security Disability in New Jersey you can call any of the Local Social Security Offices listed below.Click the following link to see more information on applying for disability.

.00 per page or 0.00 for up to 100 pages. When applying for Social Security Disability in New Jersey you can call any of the Local Social Security Offices listed below.Click the following link to see more information on applying for disability.