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Just got my retro amount. Now I show a new claim on e-benifits that say-eligibility determination-new claim.

I never filed a new claim. I wonder what this could be. I am rated at 70%. Is the VA looking to add a new claim for me. Unable to reach peggy. I believe there is a major back log to talk to someone.

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You are retired military, correct?

If so, there can be two "retro" payments .... the first, from DFAS, which you have apparently received. The second, from the VA.

So, after DFAS had done its wonders, you may possible be due additional monies from the VA.

But, to do anything with a veteran's claim, there has to be an End Product (EP) established (for widget counting purposes). I'm guessing that the eligibility determination-new claim is just that.

However, if you object to this, feel free to advise your friendly neighborhood VARO to cease and desist with any further actions.

FWIW, when I received my DFAS CRDP retro, it was more than what I had calculated and the VA retro likewise was more than I had figured.

Just got my retro amount. Now I show a new claim on e-benifits that say-eligibility determination-new claim.

I never filed a new claim. I wonder what this could be. I am rated at 70%. Is the VA looking to add a new claim for me. Unable to reach peggy. I believe there is a major back log to talk to someone.

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