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Ebenefits: Appeal Is Possible?

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Does anyone know what "Appeal is Possible" means, besides the fact that they're saying an appeal is possible? Lol. This is from eBenefits. I keep seeing this message, but the dates keep getting pushed back, so my letters have not arrived, so I keep waiting. "Decision Notification Sent" has said that for a a couple of months. I'm just curious if this means my NOD is going to a BVA now? When I click on View Board of Veteran's Appeals status, it just shows what it always had, that it was "current" and still at the local VA office. The 2 dates on 9/12/12 are for an NOD & Dependency claim. The other date 9/1/11 was when I retired & they deferred a B/P claim on my initial claim letter. Isn't an appeal always possible before it goes to the BVA? Mine is/was just in the NOD phase currently. Thanks for any help! Compensation and Pension Claim Status Open Claims

Open Claims information is not available at this time.

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Please be advised that Historical Claims will show claims that were closed on or after January 1, 2008. If you have a question concerning a claim that was closed prior to this date, please contact our toll free number at 1-800-827-1000.

Date/Type of Claim Date Closed Updates Action 09/12/2012

Administrative Review

12/28/2012 Appeal is Possible

Decision Notification Sent

View Board of Veterans’ Appeals Status 09/12/2012

Dependency

12/27/2012 Appeal is Possible

Decision Notification Sent

View Board of Veterans’ Appeals Status 09/01/2011

Compensation

12/27/2012 Appeal is Possible

Decision Notification Sent

View Board of Veterans’ Appeals Status

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I think I may have posted this in the wrong forum. Going to post in eBenefits...Sorry

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