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Call your VSO and ask them to dig into it. Then call the 800 number back and ask how many signatures were required.

This may entice a bite either from a buzz word like award. If it is 2 signatures it means a pretty fair amount of retro.

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I was told by RO that claim UI was finished but still would need to signed off on. Is this good news? Can anyone shed any light here?

Definitely call the 1-800-827-1000 number and ask them the status of your claim. Tell them about the info you received and you are wondering where it is. Then like Basser said, casually ask them how many people need to see it and sign off on it. If you have a VSO you can ask thme to do some checking or if you don't and want to start using a VSO, call your VARO and request their number or you can find it on the web. Sounds like good news though. Hopefully, you'll hear something soon! I know the wait is the hardest part from this point on. Hang in there!

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