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Wag - Decision & Claims File Dispatch



Hello everyone and thanks for your service. I need help from the experts. My NOD is at the RO for DRO review and I was expecting a SOC but see this. What exactly does it mean, will I still get the SOC? Why would they state BVA? This is my first NOD so I am clueless. My VSO gave me the standard line "Appeals are averaging 3-3.5 yrs so sit back and wait". All WAGs appreciated.

Date of Progress Progress Progress Office

11/18/2010 Local VA Office Decision RO

08/17/2011 Notice of Disagreement (NOD) RO

08/07/2012 Appeal Pending RO

05/20/2014 Decision & Claims File Dispatch BVA


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