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On September 14, 2005 the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims remanded my back to the Board of Veterans Appeals with a court order that they locate my original claim folder and the BVA remanded my claim back to the (VARO) in New York City with the court order to locate my original claim folder.

On May 13, 2009 the BVA received my appeal from the (VARO) in New York City upon completion of the remand order and also granted my request to advance my appeal on the docket!

On June 18, 2009 the BVA remanded my appeal back to the (VARO) in New York City instructing them to follow the Joint Motion granted by the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims! And search for my original claim folder as instructed in the Joint Motion granted to me by the (COVA). Now I see where remand order fraud is causing the backlog within the VA system....... is there anything a veteran can do to eliminate this "remand order mess".

Chauncey :(

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