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Certification Of Appeals In Ebenefits


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I am trying to get an answer to this specific question.

If Ebenefits states that the claim has been "Certified to BVA", has the claim ben assigned a docket number at this point?

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When a claim is certified to the BVA, that means all adjudicative actions are complete and the file has a signed Form 8 showing certification. It doesn't mean it has been transmitted to the BVA yet, though. That can be another one to three months- sometimes six. BVA is running out of places to put them. As Phil said, you will know when it gets there as the BVA will tell you it has been docketed. Then you can expect another year plus wait for adjudication. Hurry up and wait. Slightly faster than a speeding blade of grass coming up.

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As an adjunct to that, if you have an attorney s/he can track it like an EKG. This is especially important if they send out for IME with podiatrist opining as a orthopaedic surgeon. In cases like that, you have sixty days to refute/rebut the podiatrist or it stands under the Presumption of Correctness. Unless proven otherwise, all VA medical opinions are presumed correct. Game Set Match. Allowing your appeal to ride pro se is a crap shoot unless you are bulletproof.

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