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Hi everyone!

What do mean when VA say your claim is at the raters?. Does this mean that your claim is going to be approved?

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Its just another way of saying we still haven't done anything yet. At least in my experience it is.

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It means that, up until the signature's on the page, and the ink is dry, you still have time to submit additional evidence. Other than that, your SO will be the first to get your award letter - and then he/she will prolly call you - and then you'll get a letter in the mail. No tellin' how long it'll take.

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Its just another way of saying we still haven't done anything yet. At least in my experience it is.

It in no what means they are goint to approve your claim, although it is a good sign that their is movement in the processing of your claim.

First off, did you get any letter before hand appoligizing for any delay? If so, them say it is at the rater, more than likely means that it is a the preliminary stage, it is at this stage that if the rater decides if an examination is in order or not. If you have had an examination, than it is at the second stage and they may request any additional evidence that supports your claim. This does not men they can not rule against or for the claim, it is just part of their duty to assist,

If you have gotten this far, it just means your that much closer to having your claim finished, you can never tell if you are going to win, until you either hear from your SO or you have the opened letter in hand and have read you are approved. This too, doesn't mean that you will get what you were hoping for or if you had more than one disability, that they were all approved or one or more was set aside for further development or some other reason the rater or adjudicater needed answers to.

Sorry but yes we have no bananas. LoL :P

Jim S. B)

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It in no what means they are goint to approve your claim, although it is a good sign that their is movement in the processing of your claim.

First off, did you get any letter before hand appoligizing for any delay? If so, them say it is at the rater, more than likely means that it is a the preliminary stage, it is at this stage that if the rater decides if an examination is in order or not. If you have had an examination, than it is at the second stage and they may request any additional evidence that supports your claim. This does not men they can not rule against or for the claim, it is just part of their duty to assist,

If you have gotten this far, it just means your that much closer to having your claim finished, you can never tell if you are going to win, until you either hear from your SO or you have the opened letter in hand and have read you are approved. This too, doesn't mean that you will get what you were hoping for or if you had more than one disability, that they were all approved or one or more was set aside for further development or some other reason the rater or adjudicater needed answers to.

Sorry but yes we have no bananas. LoL :P

Jim S. B)

No we did not get a letter. This is a CUE claim that the BVA referred back to RO and when my husband called the other day they said it was at the raters.

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