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Ok 120 days are up as the BVA received it January of 1996.Late time I checked they were working on June '95

Did I wait to long on this or can I still send it it?

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GARY

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I am not Berta,but this is my advice to you go ahead and send in evidence because Bva will have to look at it.Make sure you write your claim number at the top of first page and send it certified mail with return receipt ASAP.

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Gary- are you saying the BVA never made a decision in a decade ?

I dont understand the question.

A claimant -after receipt of BVA transfer letter from the RO- has 120 days in which to send in more evidence or raise issue of VCAA violation -if claim was pending during Nov 2000-the VCAA enactment date.

Were you asked to withdraw this appeal when you received your award?

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Berta,

No, I wasn't asked to with draw claim & I think I submitted it to the RO in '05. Sorry about saying '95

Yes, I have checked with the BVA & they say they are working on June '05 (Every time I call them) & say " They didn't receive it till January ( The BVA till January 2,006)

Sorry about getting the years mixed up but does what U say mean I had 120 days from when I got letter from BVA & if so should I take a chance & send in letter as suggested by other person who responded?

If U think it's a done deal just let me know & I won't bother to send in.

Also, if this is the case can I file again for SMC as I do have new evidence & if so should I send in the stuff I sent in before with the first claim.............Thank U......GARY

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