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I Was Curious On What This Means If Its Good Or Not


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Your case has been received at BVA, and BVA has mailed your decision to you (and your representative, if any) and will be returning your claims file to the VA Medical Center. Please note that transit times vary, and there may be some lag time between when BVA forwards your claims file to its appropriate location and when that location receives it.

Im just curious if this is a good thing or another generic message? My claim has been going on for over 8yrs now. I was medically discharged from the army with a service connected disability with a rating and the VA kept denying me prior to this message. I literally faxed the form 9 to them the day prior before.

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Your case has been received at BVA, and BVA has mailed your decision to you (and your representative, if any) and will be returning your claims file to the VA Medical Center. Please note that transit times vary, and there may be some lag time between when BVA forwards your claims file to its appropriate location and when that location receives it.

Im just curious if this is a good thing or another generic message? My claim has been going on for over 8yrs now. I was medically discharged from the army with a service connected disability with a rating and the VA kept denying me prior to this message. I literally faxed the form 9 to them the day prior before.

It means an answer of some type is on the way to you or your rep.

Could be a decision / partial decision / or remand with instructions.

Give it a couple of weeks for now.

Hang in there.

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  • Thank you very much! it says under progress Decision and claims file dispatch. Today I had an appointment to be fitted for a boot at the VA today and other vets are shocked im still working with my medical conditions and that its taken so long. Im a true believer in patience and good things come to those who wait. If I stress to much over it ill get more grey than I already have lol.
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8 years wow oh my goodness velord that's sad to hear....long wait for ya buddy!

I was thinking if the BVA has come to a decision or remand with instructions why did they send his C-File back to the VAMC?

Maybe a Comp& Pen?

Aren't our C- Files kept at the VARO??

Hopefully they come to a decision in your favor! I'm hoping for ya buddy

btw, There is a DRO that posted about the appealing process on here some where??

It has some good info in it!

I think it was title something like

''Submission for the record of ''Matthew Middlemas'' DRO

this may shine some light for you velord?

Maybe Ms carlie can find it?

velord ,you mention getting grey I think that's true for most veterans...I was dark brn hair before I started fighting back/forth with the VA Now I'am all silver headed be nice to get that rated j/k.. LoL

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britton..... yes it would be nice to get grey hair rated while dealing with the VA thus is why I keep it short so it doesn't show so much. First time I was denied I was trying to do everything on my own because I was young and an idiot. I finally got with a rep here to helped me with my claim and my appeal. after reading the last denial letter right before I received this. I found out they were denying me because they wanted any medical records in between the army and the va. I noted when I filed my form 9 I never saw a civilian doctor thus is why there is no in between medical records to show. I even highlighted, put an arrow pointing my papers showing where it stated it was service connected thinking that in its self was cut and dry.

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I understand,

I wish you the best buddy hang in there and you may just have a big old 8 year party! lets hope!

in the mean time the waiting still lags on...just keep yourself busy these next few weeks try not to think negative, if your denied this time , read how they based their decision.

If it was me and I was denied I'd get all the evidence IMO's statements from family/friends Dr's sometimes the VA Dr's can sure mess up a good claim

I think you have 60 days with BVA to refile so watch the timeline..you probably already know all this.

That post about the DRO is a good read!

he explains the appealing process pretty good and what a vet needs to do if being denied.

but this time is going to be your time and your going to have that 8 year party!!

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