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Is It A Good Idea To Go To The Philadelphia Ro Where Your Claim Is Iif It Is Going On 2 Years Old And Just Entered The Notification?

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jfrei

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I don't know if it would make it go quicker or slower it's goin been in the notification phase since 29 march. But I was wondering if it will sit there for 40 days before they work on it or if I check on it will they be like let's take a look and maybe start the process. Just tired of waiting started on July 12 2010.

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Jfrei,

If it is in Notification I wouldn't do anything but patiently wait. If you have a sizable retro it will take some time to move through notification. With the volume that is moving right now notification might be taking longer overall.

When I jumped from 50% to 80% it took them 104 days to issue my retro payment and that was a year and 1/2 ago. The AO presumptives have made the delays worse (wouldn't be an issue now if they would have done the right thing 20 years ago).

I wouldn't take any action until you have been in notification for over 90 days.

If you are in Notification you should have some answers soon.

Best regards,

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Thanks Im just waiting for my next exam to be issued out to me I was raisied from 10 to 30. So I have just one more issue but I think they will take their time with it even though my claims two year mark is in july. I called the 800 number and she was like they could just be waiting on paper work even though my packet says pending an exam so I think she was wrong and Im on the next C and P exam hopefully soon.

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