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Nod And C&p


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Not sure if this would go here or not. I sent in for a reconsideration in May of 2010. The VA said nothing will be done until a new review in March of 2011. I also have a NOD that i sent in Dec. 2010. Just wondering if the NOD will defer my new C&P or not?

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I don't know but I think you did the right thing by sending in the NOD. A reconsideration is a good idea, but you don't want to let the NOD clock run too close to the cut off date. Reconsiderations are not golden bullets.

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ATVer,

Did you send in additional evidence with your request for reconsideration ?

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ATVer,

Did you send in additional evidence with your request for reconsideration ?

That came back denied. About a month after i sent in. Now going through a NOD with de novo review. I have a letter from the VA saying my next review is scheduled for March of 2011. I'll just wait and see what happens then i guess.

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I also have a NOD that i sent in Dec. 2010. Just wondering if the NOD will defer my new C&P or not?

No - it should not.

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Adding to this thread as not to start another. My VA letter says i'm supposed to be reviewed this month, well this month is more then half way through, and i've heard nothing at all from the VA. Who can i call to see if i'm still getting one?

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Adding to this thread as not to start another. My VA letter says i'm supposed to be reviewed this month, well this month is more then half way through, and i've heard nothing at all from the VA. Who can i call to see if i'm still getting one?

This is a situation that I would call my VAMC and ask what appointments are scheduled for me.

I would also verify with them and my RO that they had my correct - current, mailing address and

phone contact number.

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