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In a 1970's claim you would have a number other than SSAN. I have a 1972 claim & it has it's an unique number. If you applied for GI Bill, VA Home Loan, etc you could have a Claim Nymber (I think).

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Your "C" File Claim number can be different than SS # but they should be linked. You should call 800 827 1000 and give them your Social and ask for you Claim Number.

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I was informed by VA that I had a claims No. gave to me back in 1970 But no medical claim was filed Is this possable? Can any one tell me?
did you file a claim in 1970? do you have any proof?I filed a claim in 1978, va wrote back no records found,found claim with recordsI got from va ,they had my records,medical,c&p exam,everything I sent they had,claim of 1978 had va stamp on it proof,they got it,if you anthing to prove ,you opened that claim you can go back to 1970. frank
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Pete is right. Your C-file number is either a 8 digit number or later in the 70's it was converted to a SSN number. Much like service numbers. You can tell old vets from new ones because old vets prior to 1968 had service numbers. I have a service number, so I am an old fart!!

Patrick

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