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Scheduling C&ps


kate7772

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Last month my husband's reopened/reconsideration went to "pending decision approval" then about two weeks later went back to "review of evidence". Peggy and DAV say that on Aug. 9th C&Ps were ordered. We still have received no notice of appointments. Does this usually take long to get scheduled? My husband's one year date to file a NOD is coming up on Sept. 19th and we wanted to wait as long as possible on filing in hopes the reconsideration would be decided.

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Kate

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Call your local vamc. And use push buttons to get to appts. It will read a month out. That is the best way to keep an eye out. Also call vamc. Hit 0. Tell operator you want to talk with cp. They can maybe tell you about cp appts. (RO inputs exams and vamc schedules)

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The request for C&Ps is not on Ebenefits. This info is just coming from DAV and Peggy when we request a status. Assuming that is why it went back to "review of evidence." Apparently no appointments have been made yet, just requested. How hard can it be to make an appointment?

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