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    • Of course, Berta is correct..if its in your file.  More likely, however, its been shredded.  THey pulled that same BS with me!   I sent the dependents form at least 3 times, and each time VA says they lost it.  When I got my copies of my cfile, the dependent request forms were not there.   I fought them all the way up to the cavc.  They got away with shredding my evidence so far.  But, they dont know how deterimined I am.   At least one time I submitted the dependent form through my VSO..which they also "lost".   VA has repeadetly shreded my documents which has resulted in loss of effective dates.   I filed a "Special Handling Request" (SHR)  due to shredded evidence in 2008 WHICH THE VA ALSO SHREDDED!!!   But, they did a boo boo.  There are 2 references in my file, by VA employees, to the  SHR.  Oh oh.  They stepped on their necktie.   Im waiting, tho.  I have some other things in the works, and if it works out, I wont need to file a Writ of Mandamus to compel VA to quit shredding my evidence and to honor the 2008 SHR, which, of course, I have a copy of, along with proof of mailing.  
    • Well I don't know about this system but my appeal started in 2008 after my claim in 2004 was denied. My appeal finally went to a VLJ in 2015 who remanded it back to the RO for further development the it was sent back to the BVA in July 2015 from the RO. Then today while on Ebenefit I saw where the VLJ REMANDED my appeal back to the RO again for development. I like this can't be, what kind of mess is this, did I piss somebody off. Why is this happening to me? I just can't figure this out. All these years I am still getting the run around! Is this normal for an appeal to be remanded twice?
    • Took me over a year to get my New CD ROM C-FILE. About the time line on a NOD APPEAL FOR A DRO Hearing. There been estmations on this  any where from 11 months to 5 years   depends on the work load and the amount of DRO's Waco has. I had a DRO Hearing way back in 2002 and it was about 30 days on my NOD to hear back from Waco and they granted me  DRO Hearing and it was 3 months out...but its a lot different now... I think broncovet had some estimations on the timeline from Waco Tx  R.O.for the DRO Hearings? not sure...I would just keep bugging them about  until they set you a date...if you let it go they think you forgot about it  so just keep pestering them  eventually the wil set you up a DRO Date. IF He is still there Request Gary Hughs as your DRO just say you had heard nice things about him from fellow veterans..he is  COOL DUDE He was fairly young back then  its been 15 years ago  but hopefully he is still there   he is a common sense type guy and good old country boy.  he treated me with a lot of respect and listen to me during my hearing  I had the informal hearing & he Made me feel at ease...relaxed and comfortable. He expedited my claim that day & gave me a thumbs up Navy4life can tell you a Name of a DRO you don't want there in Waco Tx R.O. JMO .....................Buck
    • This is wonderful news and I hope your post gives others hope! I assume this sets up CRDP for you as well. CRDP is supposed to be automatic but I dont know how long it takes these days. Congrats on the BS degree too! In Criminology????? I think the way VA handles claims is a crime. LOL   But it looks to me like it took a little over 2 years for you to get this award?   That is not a bad time frame these days.... Treat yourself good L, a great meal, new clothes etc etc whatever it takes, because you have won a Victory and many of us know how absolutely Exhausting the claims process can be...relax now...it is OVER!  





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Va Form 21-4192

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I was layed off because of a reduction in force from a large school district,I always

had excellent evaluations and was senior to the other employees who were not let go.

I am rated 70% ,30% ptsd ,20,20,10,10,10,10," the other % is DM11,combat wounds"

I just put in a claim for IHD secondary to agent orange, The DAV service officer told me to also put a claim in for Iu. I would like to know how va form 21-4192 works ,does the va send form to employer or send it to me to bring to employer.The reason i ask is being i worked for a large school district the form would go to HR department and they would not know me personally, I think it would be better if i brought form to my supervisor where i use to work and let my former supervisor fill out form and attach a letter with her observations of my disabilities.Should i download form 21-4192 and take

of it myself and send it in to va.

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Yes, you can certainly do that.

Doing so will cut down on the time spent waiting, also.

Now, whether the VA will NOTICE that you have done this.....................?

They may, just out of habit, or due to policys and procedures, send another of these forms out to your former employer.

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I was layed off because of a reduction in force from a large school district,I always

had excellent evaluations and was senior to the other employees who were not let go.

I am rated 70% ,30% ptsd ,20,20,10,10,10,10," the other % is DM11,combat wounds"

I just put in a claim for IHD secondary to agent orange, The DAV service officer told me to also put a claim in for Iu. I would like to know how va form 21-4192 works ,does the va send form to employer or send it to me to bring to employer.The reason i ask is being i worked for a large school district the form would go to HR department and they would not know me personally, I think it would be better if i brought form to my supervisor where i use to work and let my former supervisor fill out form and attach a letter with her observations of my disabilities.Should i download form 21-4192 and take

of it myself and send it in to va.

In the meantime, you might just want to consult an attorney (look up one that concentrates their practice in "labor law").

Seems to me like there just be some prejudicial illegal actions going on here.

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Just remember for IU the reason you are not working has to be solely due to your SC conditions and not RIF due to the employer's problems. This is why you need a doctor to say you are IU because of SC conditions. Your employer is probably not going to admit they got rid of you because of your disabilites, but this is exactly what you need. Were you retired or just fired? As Larry says if you were fired due to discrimination I would run it by a lawyer to see if the school followed the rules on RIF'es. They usually go by senority and vets usually have some protection. If they went around a bunch of people to get at you then you may have a case.

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Just remember for IU the reason you are not working has to be solely due to your SC conditions and not RIF due to the employer's problems. This is why you need a doctor to say you are IU because of SC conditions. Your employer is probably not going to admit they got rid of you because of your disabilites, but this is exactly what you need. Were you retired or just fired? As Larry says if you were fired due to discrimination I would run it by a lawyer to see if the school followed the rules on RIF'es. They usually go by senority and vets usually have some protection. If they went around a bunch of people to get at you then you may have a case.

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Just remember for IU the reason you are not working has to be solely due to your SC conditions and not RIF due to the employer's problems. This is why you need a doctor to say you are IU because of SC conditions. Your employer is probably not going to admit they got rid of you because of your disabilites, but this is exactly what you need. Were you retired or just fired? As Larry says if you were fired due to discrimination I would run it by a lawyer to see if the school followed the rules on RIF'es. They usually go by senority and vets usually have some protection. If they went around a bunch of people to get at you then you may have a case.

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