Social Security has finally devised a procedure for dealing with claimants who are working and who allege that they have become statutorily blind while already on disability benefits without regard to blindness. Different standards apply to work activity in blindness cases. I had a case like this some years ago. Everyone conceded that a different standard applied to those who are statutorily blind but they kept saying that my client hadn't been adjudicated statutorily blind so they couldn't apply that standard even though we kept presenting evidence that she had become statutorily blind. At the time they had no procedure for adjudicating blindness after a person had already been found disabled for other reasons. Eventually, we got the sort of resolution indicated in this new procedure but it took a couple of years.