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Question About A Form I Recently Received

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i received a form last week which basically asked me if i had worked this year or not since i am receiving unemployability. is this something i have to look forward to every year? thanks.

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Yes. Fill the form out honestly and accurately and return it right away to the VA! As with any correspondence with the VA, use Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested. I am assuming that your 100% is TDUI as we are the only ones that get these forms. Failure to fill it out and return it before the deadline will prompt a VA proposal to withdraw TDUI and reduce your compensation to your schedular %.

Jim Strickland's front page under heading of "Questions and Answers" discusses this document. I highly recommend you read what he has to say!

http://www.vawatchdog.org/

The VA uses this form for awhile and then stops using it and then starts up again.

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Yes. Fill the form out honestly and accurately and return it right away to the VA! As with any correspondence with the VA, use Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested. I am assuming that your 100% is TDUI as we are the only ones that get these forms. Failure to fill it out and return it before the deadline will prompt a VA proposal to withdraw TDUI and reduce your compensation to your schedular %.

Jim Strickland's front page under heading of "Questions and Answers" discusses this document. I highly recommend you read what he has to say!

http://www.vawatchdog.org/

The VA uses this form for awhile and then stops using it and then starts up again.

it was my first one, that's why i asked. it was completed and mailed within 2 days of receipt. thanks.

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If you don't get one from the VA download a copy off the net and send it to them about this time next year. I send the VA a filled out copy around the end of December if I get one from them or not. I make a copy and send it certified mail/return receipt.

John

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it was my first one, that's why i asked. it was completed and mailed within 2 days of receipt. thanks.

Be sure to keep a copy or mail them a copy and proof of sending it in like RRR.

You can also wait a bit after you send the form in and request VA to mail you

their acknowledgement of receipt.

JMHO

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