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You know the name, now meet the man. Asknod is a Blogger who is extremely informative in most VA issues.

On this show he will discuss the Writ of Mandamus. That is a Writ to get an organization moving.

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Thank you John this will be a great show on the 11 Feb 2015 @ 11:00 AM Eastern time...

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I agree with ya Jerrel

Asknod is very intelligent about the BVA level for veterans claim & lot more, he has figured them out I do believe.

Hope some veterans call in that need some info.

Thanks for putting on the radio shows.

Buck!

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I hope I can be there. The Undersecretary VA had contacted the Director of my VARO yesterday within a short time after getting my email, and the RO director emailed me to expect her contact with me today. I am thinking by phone and hope they call early so I can make this show- which I know will be GREAT.

This regards my request that VA CUE itself on one sentence in my Nehmer award.

My evidence is solid .I only wanted an assurance that they will apply 38 CFR 4.6 to my claim.

But I gave them the whole run down.

My NOD was filed over 2 years ago, at the last minute on the Nehmer award letter because they did not react on the CUE request.

(My original Nehmer decision was entirely wrong and that RO reacted to my Cue it request right away and fixed that in 3 weeks.)

I think my waiting time for some of my awards has totaled over 24 years.

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