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    • Good question.   

          Maybe I can clear it up.  

          The spouse is eligible for DIC if you die of a SC condition OR any condition if you are P and T for 10 years or more.  (my paraphrase).  

      More here:

      Source:

      https://www.va.gov/disability/dependency-indemnity-compensation/

      NOTE:   TO PROVE CAUSE OF DEATH WILL LIKELY REQUIRE AN AUTOPSY.  This means if you die of a SC condtion, your spouse would need to do an autopsy to prove cause of death to be from a SC condtiond.    If you were P and T for 10 full years, then the cause of death may not matter so much. 
    • Lets have a coffee together. https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ABtyd4tqFXgqa045rWAsSzbl0z_APTqq4yrsTUYGntaE1%40thread.tacv2/1707143581854?context={"Tid"%3A"09287ae3-b8f8-40c6-94c6-9e607e9c39fd"%2C"Oid"%3A"46502ac4-1b14-4863-b4d5-9ca568a0dc71"}
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    • Volunteers Needed
      If you are inclined to volunteer, let me know if any of this looks interesting or if you have something in mind. If you can, great if you can't, no hard feelings.
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    • We Closed the Notice for Request 1
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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.
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