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Today I found out that my DIC claim is at a secondary review and I should be hearing something in a month or so...what does this mean?? The person I talked to said it was taking on average 6-9 months on average. I applied in February. Thanks to all that have responded I received some really helpful info and support.

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Sounds progessive. *(just to make sure your posts get read&responses, check what section it best fits in-smiles) like DIC or claims research...

Today I found out that my DIC claim is at a secondary review and I should be hearing something in a month or so...what does this mean?? The person I talked to said it was taking on average 6-9 months on average. I applied in February. Thanks to all that have responded I received some really helpful info and support.
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Hi and welcome to Hadit, I think that it means you may hear something in a month or two or it could take longer. Hope for the earlier and expect the latter.

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