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Djbmo

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About Djbmo

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  • Birthday 02/24/1968

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  • Service Connected Disability
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  • Branch of Service
    Army

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  1. Thank you sooo much for your input! I was not referring to Gulf War Registry Exam, The VA scheduled me for an exam to address my claim for compensation for Gulf War illnesses. I never got an exam for Gulf War Registry. I am from Colorado Springs and the Denver VARO is who decided my claim. I contacted IRIS on a few occasions and they automatically put in an "Intent to File Notice" and wanted me to submit another claim. It is listed on Ebenefits as Intent to File and I have a year to submit a new claim. They do not understand issues. I imagine. I certified mailed the Cue Packet, January
  2. Is it considered a clear and unmistakeable error if the VA did not rate my claim under gulf war multi-symptoms. I filed a claim using the 5126-ez form because the VA had started reviewing my previous claim from 1994 for increases. So when I saw my contention statement and it did not reflect my intentions to file as presumptive gulf war illness, I filed a statement of claim and stated that I wanted my claim to be rated as gulf war veteran and sent copies of medical evidence and lay evidence but the VA never changed my contention statement. I contacted VA 1800-827-1000 and spoke with a rep. who
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