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How To Find Location Of C-File


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how can one check to find out the location of their c-file?

recently an admin worker at local VA hospital mentioned he was looking at my medical record to see about civilian medical procedure they may authorize.

i want to be sure that wasn't my c-file where a claim is supposed to be working on.

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You have two records. Your medical, which is at the VAMC and your claims file, which is kept at the VARO's veterans service center. Not likely he'd have your c-file, unless he's doing a C&P exam on you.

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You have two records. Your medical, which is at the VAMC and your claims file, which is kept at the VARO's veterans service center. Not likely he'd have your c-file, unless he's doing a C&P exam on you.

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ok, that explains that. appreciate it. no, its not a c&p. a fee basis request for a non-va health specialty clinic

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You could look on e benifits or ask your VSO

i keep forgetting the e-benefits thing. my brain just found it confusing and not up to date. but, i'll try it now that you reminded me about it. thanks

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Question!!! You can look at your c-file on e-benifits? Where? How?

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No. Perhaps someday but not now. My c-file is eight volumes and I would love to be able to view it online. I'm lucky, in that when I went to the CAVC, my attorney, at that time, put it on CD and gave me a copy.

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with all the billions funded to VA for IT upgrades, i could see that same employee that is making a copy of one's C-file onto paper, (of course not in order we vets do that after we get it), to have had those sheets scanned into digital also. that technology has been around for years and quite evolved now.

btw, i didn't see anything of new on my accnt on e-benefits.its rare if any item relating to claim or such is up to date there. just my experience though

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