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Just wondering if anyone could tell me if anything can be done if I go to the VARO personally to inquire about my claim. Is that a good idea or not?

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I can't see that it would do any good, unless you just wanna see what your RO looks like. I can tell ya there will be a lot of VA employees on break. The office doors are locked to keep us vets out and to protect the employees from us terrible vets.

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Just wondering if anyone could tell me if anything can be done if I go to the VARO personally to inquire about my claim. Is that a good idea or not?

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Oh by the way, my claim is at the St. Pete VARO. So there is no way to get inside with anything, say a Congressman's help, to get these people who work there to get on their jobs. I mean how many people live in Florida? And out of those, how many have disability claims on appeals? Why does it take so long? Man! Okay is there anyplace to vent frustrations to that won't slow the claim down?

I can't see that it would do any good, unless you just wanna see what your RO looks like. I can tell ya there will be a lot of VA employees on break. The office doors are locked to keep us vets out and to protect the employees from us terrible vets.

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Okay here's an update, but not sure what it means yet. I called the 1-800 # and the guy on the other end told me they sent out a Statement of the Case letter yesterday. Can someone shed some light on that one for me?

Oh by the way, my claim is at the St. Pete VARO. So there is no way to get inside with anything, say a Congressman's help, to get these people who work there to get on their jobs. I mean how many people live in Florida? And out of those, how many have disability claims on appeals? Why does it take so long? Man! Okay is there anyplace to vent frustrations to that won't slow the claim down?

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Wow! I received a letter from my National VSO stating I have been approved for TDIU. I want to thank everyone who responded to my questions for helping me through this. It sounds like good news and yes I know there is still some waiting left to do, but it seems like the hard part is over. I just hope it doesn't get kicked back for something. Thank you again hadit.com!

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