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Form 21-4140-i



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Tdiu is on appeal. When information changes during or since the original application (9 or 10 months ago) 21-4140, do we resubmit a new one? or wait.? Not working at all. Ssdi and now awaiting nod process.



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My oops I think I must have had my forms mixed up. The form I put in for tdiu is what I meant; jobs, dAtes, etc. 4140 or 8940, thought I knew what I meant. Don't want stir the pot if not needed and have another delay in decision . I'll just hold my horses, just checking myself. ? Ha. ProBably another year for the appeal to get worked.

Thanks,just wanted to do my part for smooth approval.


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