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You are not considered to be permanently disabled due to your service-connected disabilities because your case is scheduled for review on:

September 01, 2014 You are not considered to be permanently disabled due to your service-connected disabilities at this time because you are scheduled for a future reduction in rating on: September 01, 2014

E benifits is stateing the above, i recived IU in July of 2013, just mailed a letter back to the VA stating i am unable to work still. unclear why they are reducing pay? anyone? HELP! and thanks in advance.

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You did not mention what your service connected disability is.

Thus, it's difficult to say what, if any rational was used by the VA.

In any event, some current corroborating medical evidence of you continuing disability would be helpful.

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This is not negative news, it just means that you are up for review at that time. Either the VA will have your Doc fill out a DBQ, or might just request a letter from you stating you are not able to work, or have you go to another C&P exam for updated status. I am 100% and I am not permanent either, even though I am 70% PTSD, TBI, Crohn's Disease and a lot of other conditions that of course will not cure over night. Good Luck to you either way.

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