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The 800 number told me tonight that a decision was made and they are waiting for a second signature....

Is that just routine?

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That is kind of what they told me and that they couldn't tell me the results, but when I called back after opening my letter from the DAV they told me everything. I'll cross my fingers for you.

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So, you mean it could be a denial or an approval?

That is kind of what they told me and that they couldn't tell me the results, but when I called back after opening my letter from the DAV they told me everything. I'll cross my fingers for you.

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From my take on it yes. They wouldn't tell me either way until I called back with the facts in my hands. Don't worry to much. The first time I called the lady made it sound like I got denied. She said, "Oh...... I'm soo sorry but you'll have to wait for it in the mail and read over everything to understand."

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LOL....thanks....

Just called DAV and they said traditionally that means they awarded something....

It will take 8 weeks for mail to reach me in remote China....

I am not sure I can stand the suspense.....

From my take on it yes. They wouldn't tell me either way until I called back with the facts in my hands. Don't worry to much. The first time I called the lady made it sound like I got denied. She said, "Oh...... I'm soo sorry but you'll have to wait for it in the mail and read over everything to understand."

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My personal opinion, I thing you are going to be a very happy VETERAN shortly.Congratulation,now just lay back and take some deep breaths and RELAX

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