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Sent My Vso A Second Letter Aking If She Sent The Va My Request

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I sent my VSO a letter requesting she request my case be moved up because of my bad health. I asked her two months ago to ask the VA if I qualified to have my case advanced under 38 C.F.R. § 20.900 . She never gave me a response, so I do not know if she had done what I requested on my behalf as my VSO for the American Legion.

So, I faxed her again asking if she did what I asked, and what was the response if any.

Here is some of what I sent here (again).

Isent (Faxed) a request to you to send a request to the VA to requestmy case be moved up, because I believe I qualify for my case to bemoved up, due to serious health issues. My disease is an Auto-Immunedisease (Necrotizing Pancreatitis, with complications (PancreaticPsuedocysts, Splenic Vein Thrombosis, and many more serious healthissues.).

I am asking if I fall under 38C.F.R. § 20.900

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MY random thoughts while lying here sick pissed off...

I just don't understand why communication is so bad with so many offices, with anyone having to do with the VA...

a simple yes or no is better than nothing.. I relalize I am among many thousands of Veterans asking for help... but a simple answer,, is that too much to ask...

I relalize that some people are sicker than others, but I doubt that most are not as in as bad of condition... maybe a lot are, but percantage wise, No.

If these condtions don't qualify me just say so... stop jerking me off.. Who is watching the VA???

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I asked her two months ago

I'm going to be straight forward and suggest you change POA to some other VA advocate. Two months without even a phone call tells me her priorities doesn't include you!

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I would suggest that you contact and ask VA directly, depending where your claim is could cause further delays in a decision. By contacting VA directly, VA should be able to give you a quicker response if you qualify for an advancement on the docket and then you will have to wait for a decision.

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