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New Evidence


What happens to new evidence if a veterans submit if after his/her file goes back to BVA after it was remanded? Will the new evidence cause it to get remanded again or will BVA use the evidence and make a decision. The new evidence is on a claim that was denied, the veteran appealed it and VA never processed it, so BVA remanded it and a new C & P exam was given in 2009. Now I have more evidence after the C & P exam but BVA has not made their decision.

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Yes, the BVA can remand it back to VARO again for their consideration.

My suggestion is to submit a signed Waiver of VARO Consideration, to the BVA

and specify that it is for the new additional evidence you just sent them.

Here's a link to where a copy of this Waiver is posted.


I would do this ASAP and mail it RRR.

Then I would wait about 15-20 days after I got the RRR back and call the

BVA to verify they have it of record.



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Thanks Carlie, I was thinking that but I was not sure. I have a M. E. from a VA doctor that I think will help my appeal and my newly denied claim.

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OK my brain is just about out of it, Can I just re-type this waiver on a blank sheet of paper and sign, date, print my name and SSN and forward it to VA or does it have to go on this dark copy.

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I guess you could make one up yourself.

Can't you go into your print properties and lighten it prior

to printing ?


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I tried that so it looks like I will be typing from scratch.

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