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I downloaded the VCAA and mine doesn't look like the one that I downloaded.

My question is Under The Title

We have received the following:

The Board of Veterans' Appeals Remand dated April 10, 2006

No evidence to support this claim has been received to date

My question is. When I called the Management Center, I was told that they had my complete C-file. If this is true Do they or Do they not have my Private Medical Records that I gave to the Va R.O in 1978 and up to date medical files.

Do I need to re-send The Management Center all of my Private Medical files for Anxiety from 1965 to date?

Thanks,

Josephine

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I have had three conversations with the AMC over the past week.

I get a different answer each time I ask what files they have from SSA and whether they have all they need.

I've been told that they DON'T have ANY files from SSA.

I've been told that they have just my medical files from SSA.

I've been told that they have everything BUT my medical files from SSA.

What was your question again.........................?

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I have had three conversations with the AMC over the past week.

I get a different answer each time I ask what files they have from SSA and whether they have all they need.

I've been told that they DON'T have ANY files from SSA.

I've been told that they have just my medical files from SSA.

I've been told that they have everything BUT my medical files from SSA.

What was your question again.........................?

LongRider.

They are making about as much sense to you as they are me. I thought that I have given the Va everything, but my kitchen stove to date, but who knows? I ask The Management Center if I could just drop by and see someone and they told me that I could come to the lobby and that any papers that I turned in may make it to them and may not. I thought since I lived so close to D.C. this was a reasonable solution.

Guess not.

Josephine

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When we had similar problems with the AMC, we faxed our information to someone who was very helpful, named Candace at 202/530-9216.

You may want to try calling the AMC and ask for her, or fax her your concerns in writing, and ask that she call you.

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When we had similar problems with the AMC, we faxed our information to someone who was very helpful, named Candace at 202/530-9216.

You may want to try calling the AMC and ask for her, or fax her your concerns in writing, and ask that she call you.

Thanks Vicki,

I will give Candace a call and see what she says. I have all the private medical records for the last 42 years.

Josephine

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dear veteran,i know just how you feel,my claim goes back to 46-49 52-56,va always had records of my claim,i wrote a topic if you can handle the truth,you might like to read what i wrote frank

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