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The VA Claims Processing Center (CPC) http://www.vba.va.gov/VBA/vacpc.asp Contact Info: VA Claims Processing Center PO Box 6513 London, KY 40742 859-389-4895 About the CPC The VA Claims Processing Center (CPC) is assisting VA with development of claims. They are working closely with our regional offices and are approved VA representatives. They may be contacting you for information about your claim. The CPC will only be processing: Claims for increase Original claims for compensation Original claims for pension Dependency claims How will I know if the CPC is developing my claim? You will be notified by a letter or phone call. What do I do if the …
Hope this is useful to someone. http://www.uh.edu/veterans/news/websites_for_vets.pdf
http://www1.va.gov/opa/pressrel/pressrelease.cfm?id=2033 Public and Intergovernmental Affairs VA Adds Chat Feature to Online Application for Health Benefits January 18, 2011 Printable Version Need Viewer Software? VA Adds Chat Feature to Online Application for Health Benefits WASHINGTON
"November 29, 2011 Director (00/21) In Reply Refer To: All VA Regional Offices Training Letter 11-03 (Revised) SUBJ: Processing Disability Claims Based on Exposure to Contaminated Drinking Water at Camp Lejeune This updated training letter incorporates multiple recommendations provided by other interested organizations, including the Department of Defense, Department of Justice, and Office of Management and Budget. It also reflects the Environmental Protection Agency's revised assessment of trichloroethylene (TCE), now characterized as "carcinogenic to humans" by all routes of exposure. Purpose Veterans who served at U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North C…
National VA Claims Assistant Office / Office Of Case Management. 202-273-7453 Source: 2014 Functional Organization Manual - v2.0a Description of Organization Structure, Missions, Functions, Tasks, and Authorities OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS AND CASE MANAGEMENT (20A3) Overview The Office of Communications and Case Management has overall responsibility for all activities related to resolving and responding to inquiries from Veterans that have reached the level of the SECVA and the USB. Functions and Activities • Provides expertise on special issues and problems requiring in-depth technical analysis. • Develops pertinent facts and communicates with senior of…
If you have applied for an increase and been denied, you might want to look at this to help you in your appeal: http://www.purpleheart.org/ServiceProgram/Training2011/T-4%20%20VA%20Errors%20in%20Claims%20for%20Increase%203.2011.pdf
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We closed the notice for request 1. VA message states Closed the for Request 1 or 2 or some #. What does it mean?
It is a status message that doesn't tell you where your claim is in the process.
Question Posed: So my appeal was closed on July 15. I haven’t received my letter yet, but under the issues tab on va.gov, where it used to say the items I was appealing, it now says “compensation issue.” Is that normally what it says just when they close the review? Has anyone seen any other terminology in that section?
Compensation issue simply means your claim is for disability compensation as opposed to some other kind of claim Maybe an upgrade for discharge for example. Most claims that are submitted are designated compensation issues. Nothing to worry about.
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Sometimes you have more to say that doesn't fit a community discussion. Maybe you are passionate about fishing, cooking, reading, it's your choice. The same guidelines apply to the blogs that apply to the community. The two biggest are no politics and no religion. Facebook or someplace else is the place for that, it is not here. Creating your blog allows you to expand on what you have to say.
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Tbird posted an answer to a question,Further Reading from VA.gov
How do I upload evidence online to support my disability claim?
If you’ve filed a claim for disability compensation, you can continue uploading more evidence for up to one year to support your claim. Evidence may include supporting documents like medical test results, doctor’s reports, and other records. Upload your evidence online now.
If you’re waiting for a decision on your disability claim, you can upload evidence to support that claim using our claim status tool.
Upload evidence using our claim status tool
Note: For any other type of document you’d like to submit online to us, please use the QuickSubmit tool through AccessVA.
If I filed a standard disability claim, when should I upload evidence?
Upload your evidence as soon as you can.
You can continue uploading documents for up to 1 year from the date we receive your claim. But, if you don’t provide any evidence or give us the information we need to help you get evidence within 30 days, we may make a decision on your claim earlier.
If we decide your claim early, you’ll still have the rest of the 1-year period to provide more information or evidence.
What happens if I upload more evidence after I’ve submitted a fully developed claim?
We’ll remove your disability claim from the Fully Developed Claims program and process it as a standard claim.
If we decide your claim earlier than 1 year from the date we received the claim, you’ll still have the rest of the year to provide any additional information or evidence.