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22. How long does it take to undergo the individualized professional assessment? When will the pension payout be released?

Prior to undergoing the individualized professional assessment, the Bureau of Labor Insurance needs to first gather the case history, inspection and testing reports, the content of the occupation and information on the disability diagnosis documents, before forwarding them for a professional hospital evaluation, and since some of the data needs to be supplied by other government agencies, the relevant operating time takes roughly around two months (i.e. requesting information on the case history from the treatment hospital takes approximately 3-4 weeks, the hospital evaluation takes approximately 2-3 weeks, and some of the cases also require reactively submission work on case history data or reexamination).

The hospital will respond the evaluation finding to the Bureau of Labor insurance, and those conforming to the pension regulations will be distributed of the annuity payout by month starting from the application month, and there is no variation due to varied review operating time.
 

Last Update:2019-08-20
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