My heater man is a vet and asked me where he needs to send his I-9. He deals with Buffalo like I do and does not want DRO review etc.
I am 99% sure he needs to mail it to the Buffalo VARO with proof of mailing and I dont think ebenefits can accept an I-9 appeal on line.
But I feel better checking with you guys. VA makes me even doubt what I think I know sometimes.
I also believe he does Not need to waive further RO consideration formally. I gave him our web site info and he said he would join.
A thought, a few friends and family members (like 4/5) have experienced my full blown night terrors. I'd sleep over my sisters or my mom n Dad's house while on vacation and they told me the next day they heard me scream, hear me moving/jumping in bed and both my Mom n sister told me they would come in the room speak softly to me and clam me down to end my night terror and sleep at peace. Would it help if I asked them to write up a letter detailing this?
Having lived with this alone/hiding not letting it out, I've been so low in my life, I'm still in pain and have a way long way to go but the help I am receiving at the VA is heaven sent, a non-judgemental environment, with other veterans and the people there to help and veterans who listen ( Im crying now) literally are saving me from either living in purgatory or the other option- which morally and from god I am against and my daughter I know needs me
I found this article on Fully developed claims and it included a checklist which is what I've been looking for. However its on a VA website so Im skeptical of trusting what it says.
Does anyone thats familiar with the FDC process see anything wrong with this article? I'm about to file my first FDC for a new condition, (meneires disease), and want to make sure this time I file a VA claim, I don't screw it up like I did my first attempt.