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One of the 800 # vet reps who has never steered me wrong on status of my claim-if he can see a status on the PC screen-

just told me that there was a "re-open" on August 8th of a non appeal issue I had for service connection.

And then yesterday the "re-opened" claim went into adjudication.

I had asked for Reconsideration of their CUE denial a few weeks ago and thought this was the claim he meant.

But I emailed my Congressman about the S 2694 matter and realised that ,in a letter I am preparing for him too, that I needed a status -if any- of the Senatorial Inquiry they have at the VARO on my AO SC claim.

The vet rep at 800# said it seems that is part of the re-open-but he was not sure.

A Non appeal issue -------what the heck is that?

They just have a Temp folder and the rest is all at the BVA- how can they re-open a non appeal issue without the evidence that is in the actually c file?

Any thoughts ?

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Yea - they just have a dummy file at VARO - so what the heck info would the re-open come from ???

Berta and all --- we know that if it's in the hands of DVA it is sure as hell to get

muddied up, lost or destroyed. Knowing this and being able to accept it as fact

are two different things.

Glad I'm not a Hurricane Katrina citizen -- still waiting on a trailer. lol

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Yesterday or Tuesday the VA received my letter to their VSM asking them to CUE themselves on their past illegal decisions on my AO claim-I attached legal support for that request.

This however could be an Administrative Review-that they called on themselves.

Checking my phone log, about ten days ago they told me this had to do with the Senate Inquery letter-

In that letter (just re-read it)- I laid it all out for Senator Craig as to what they are doing to vets at this VARO. I do not mince words and I support everything with fact.

In the ten years that passed after last being a VA claimant-

it gave me a whole different view of what goes on at ROs when a vet or widow like me has a claim.

And it gave me documentation-as a current claimant- that I didnt have for years.

I dont know what to think about the 800 # info. My letter to the Senate Committee used my personal experience for all claimants at this VARO as well as for my claim.

I just wish I knew what they mean by non appeal issue-

of well- at least I know they are doing something.

I should have become a surgeon. Seems like I have to remove heads and thumbs from rectums anyhow.

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" I should have become a surgeon. Seems like I have to remove heads and thumbs from rectums anyhow."

HAAAAAAAAA :D HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA :lol:

dear veterans,this information can be found on goodle a non appeal issue is a adjucation of the court of appeals for veterans claims and delalation of stare decisis, frank
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delalation of stare decisis

and, just think, I was just beginning to figure out what a non-appeal issue was................. :D

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