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hello vets , i had a ? about when i will get my rating, i am a 2x iraq combat medic w/ ptsd,djd,hypertension,psoriasis...I called the800 number and they keep saying that it's in the final stages , I recieved a MEB in august, unemployment will be running out soon,and it just seems to be adding to my ptsd symptoms, all the va doc does is give too many medications, thanks for all the help, great forum,thanks....

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The 800 number is not always a good source of accurate info.

If you go to the VA web site, under Comp Icon they have a Email contact page- you can send them an Iris email (follow the form steps by steps ) and perhaps get a better status on your claim-.

Welcome here and Thank You for your Service!

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The 800 number is not always a good source of accurate info.

If you go to the VA web site, under Comp Icon they have a Email contact page- you can send them an Iris email (follow the form steps by steps ) and perhaps get a better status on your claim-.

Welcome here and Thank You for your Service!

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The 800 number is not always a good source of accurate info.

If you go to the VA web site, under Comp Icon they have a Email contact page- you can send them an Iris email (follow the form steps by steps ) and perhaps get a better status on your claim-.

Welcome here and Thank You for your Service!

Berta, thanks, i did the iris thing and they said "

Your claim is currently with the rating board as of March 9, 2009. Generally, this process takes 30 to 60 days to complete. Upon the completion of the decision your claim will then move to our authorization department for verification and review. This is where all the I’s are dotted and the T’s are crossed, and this process takes about 60 to 90 days to complete. ", does this seem long to you?, thanks

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