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When Are C&ps Usually Scheduled.


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Yep, what Squad227 said; it would have happened during gathering of evidence.

Review of evidence stage means they have all the evidence in front of them to make a decision.

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This is a reconsideration with new evidence. He has a diagnosis of ptsd through VA but has never had a c&p. Went immediately to review of evidence. I assume they will require a c&p? He didn't have the diagnosis during the original claim.

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My experience has been C&P was about the last link of the chain and a decision came 60 to 120 days after C&P.

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