Page v. Social Security Administration Commissioner

Filing 4

ORDER granting 3 Motion for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis. The plaintiff is directed to serve a copy of the complaint and this order on the defendant by certified mail, return receipt requested, as well as the US Attorney General and US Attorney for Western District/Arkansas without prepayment of fees and costs. Defendant is to answer within 60 days from date of service. Signed by Honorable James R. Marschewski on September 24, 2010. (lw)

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-JRM Page v. Social Security Administration Commissioner Doc. 4 l N ' l ' H l - i UNl'fl:llj SIAI I-,S I RICI COURT DIS WF,STERN IJISTRICT ARKANSAS OF I . O R ' ISMI'III DIVISION ' E V E I ' I ' E LOIJISI, PACE PLATNTTFF L r v l J - ND - A l 4 l / o. M I C I I A E L J. ASTRI-IE, Conrmissrorrer S o c i aSecudty l Adrninistration ORI,ER with for P l a i n t i f f subrnittedcornplainl liling in thisdistrict, has a tbr t()gethct a rcqucst to leaveto proceed in.formapauperis. After review,it is foundthat Plaintiffis unable paylbr day t l r ecosts trl'commenccmcntsuitand. of accordingly, following thc order entered 24'h is this 201 o f Senternber 0l is P l a i n t i l ' l ' snrotion ltrr leirveto pto cctd in.formapai.4.rells granted. The clerk is direcLr:d tlrc alongwith a t o file the oonrplaint.Additiorrally, court dircctsthat a copy of tlie complaint, on c o p yofthis ordcr. bc servedby Plaintiffby certified mail, return reoeiptrequested, Dcfcndant, Administration, wcll asLric II. IIokler,Jr'., as M i c h a e lJ. Astrue,Commissioner. SocialSecrrr-ity of and LI.S.Attorney. withoutprepayment fccs t l . S . AtlorneyGenerirl, Mark W. Wchb,Assistant a n d costs. Def'endant orderedttl answcrwithin sixty (6())daysfrotn the dateol setvice. is I T IS SO ORDEREI]. DTlITNDAN'I' , JAMESR, MARS(]HI.WSK- ,u#*odplfrftooo#&'*so* f; 2:/ s F P 2010 CLERK JO{INSOi'I, C H BR. IS C H I F F IJ.S.MAGIS I R,\I L JUDGE rY :' clsl( DEF'IY AO72A (Rev.8,/82)

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