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Would A C&p Hold Up My Award

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Rob m

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I was awarded 80% with a decision date of 26 July (effective to 01 Feb 2011), the award letter stated the VA wanted to reevalute a scar (previously awarded 0%) . I have a scar C&P scheduled for later this month. My question is, why have I not seen a penny from my orginal claim/award? Are they waiting for the information from the scar C&P later this month before they decide to release funds? The retro is growing larger, but I need the $'s now. I would have thought I would have something by now.

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Do not ever miss a c and p exam.

If you miss it, you will wait even longer. Go get it done. As far as the awarded part of the claim, I would ask your rep to investigate. Usually they dont hold up claims for deferred issues but with the VA, anything is possible.

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Do an IRIS request asking the staus of your funds. It i possble that someone forget to release the funds The scar should have been a deferred issuel.

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