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Thanks Mike- this regards the Stay proceedings and hopefully, the stay will be resolved soon.

At least the VA is telling AO Blue Water veterans the status of all of these claims.

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Berta,

Wonder what Nov. 7 2006 has in common with the last day for the VA to appeal AO CVAC decision and elections.

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http://www.vawatchdog.org/old%20newsflashe...0-15-2006-1.htm

The Secretary of Veterans Affairs has implemented a stay on the adjudication of Haas-like claims.

However, a recent decision of the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims makes it clear that the VA has not followed the proper procedure for taking such action.

So, on September 28, we filed a Writ of Mandamus with the Court, requesting that the Court order the VA to rescind its illegal stay of proceedings on Haas-like claims.

Yesterday, the judge ordered the VA to file an answer to our Writ by October 26.

Additionally, the VA has asked the Department of Justice to appeal the Haas decision, but the DOJ has yet to do so.

They have until November 7 to appeal.

I hope this information is helpful.

Sincerely,

Richard V. Spataro

Staff Attorney

National Veterans Legal Services Program

1600 K Street, NW, Suite 500

Washington, DC 20006-2833

Tel: (202) 265-8305, ext. 149

Fax: (202) 328-0063

Email: rick_spataro@nvlsp.org

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