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mos1833

I Was Just Informed That My Cue Claim Was Already Decieded

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this is crazy , i filed a cue in 2002,at the same time i appealed the same claim with new evidence and it was reopened and denied again,but they never said any thing about my cue claim. so i filed a request as to why ,

today i called to find out why its taking so long to get the information i requested.and john said i had already been informed of there decision in a letter they sent me ,

the letter they sent me was just a notice that they received my inquiry and gave it a number so i could follow it progress. the letter also had a copy of the last denial of my claim.

so john said today that the letter was to answer my request, he said that my cue was decided in the last decision of my claim, ( a copy was included in this letter ) and he said it was denied with-in that decision.

so i said that decision did not say any thing about my cue;

he said it didnt need to,he asured me that it had been decided even tho they didnt point it out.

i said a cue is a seperate claim , he said it wasent and was decided in the last decision.

he said ide need to reopen my back claim to get to the bottom of this.

he said he could do it for me over the phone, so i said o.k.

this cant be right. thanks

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Post the entire exact Reasons and Bases Section if you can.

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carlie thanks

i cant figure out how to copy and paste, i use to just left click and drag it and the right click the hi-lited part then click to copy,then i would come to the thread and paste , but something has changed on my computer so that dont work no more , but ill try to

thanks

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Bad news. You cannot file a CUE claim on an open claim until 1 year has passed from the date of a denial. If you appeal it it is not a cue.

Did anyone help you with this claim?

J

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jbasser thanks

my vso filed the cue on an earlier decision of the same claim in 1985

i appealed the decision they had just made,( the information i suppiied was not new )

does that make since ?

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That makes more sense.

I hate to say it but you need an attorney.

J

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