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I noticed as of right now E- bennifits is not updating" notice of disagreements" sept looks like the start date for that. How long has people's claims been taking that file a NOD ?

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We got a letter from the DAV this weekend saying the case for sleep apnea has been approved at 50 % which will bring the rating to 100% thank god ! We have small Childern and I had to quit my career f

I did mine and it took One year and two weeks. But keep in mind that two other claims got filed as well. The rest have been decided on and all are headed to BVA. 7/16/2014 completion date on last NO

The Director told me today that they are working on NODs filed 239 days or more ago.(Buffalo VARO) She said she will send me a status of my NOD on Monday. I again had to point out to her that

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I did mine and it took One year and two weeks. But keep in mind that two other claims got filed as well. The rest have been decided on and all are headed to BVA. 7/16/2014 completion date on last NOD filed on May 22 2013 on my first NOD. Claim 1 Form 9 filed 4/20/15. Claim 2 Form 9 Filed 04/08/2015. Claim 3 NOD filed 4/08/2015. Haven't filed NOD on claim 4 yet

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The Director told me today that they are working on NODs filed 239 days or more ago.(Buffalo VARO)

She said she will send me a status of my NOD on Monday.

I again had to point out to her that the VA has not yet properly adjudicated my CUE issue.

And they have to deal with a NOD extension request I made too.

If they read my evidence they have no need to even prepare a SOC.

What good is the VCAA and the 5103 waiver when it is to gather your evidence, you send in the evidence and then sign the waiver and they do not consider it at all?

This is how the ROs started this horrible backlog in the first place, when the VCAA became law.

VCAA was supposed to tell the claimant exactly what evidence VA needed.

The 5103 waiver verifies what they have or adds more evidence.

The most important part of any claim is Evidence.

And if they deny without reading what you know they have (and can prove they have it)

to me that means they are crapping all over the VCAA as well as basic VA 101 and crapping on you too.

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We got a letter from the DAV this weekend saying the case for sleep apnea has been approved at 50 % which will bring the rating to 100% thank god ! We have small Childern and I had to quit my career for my hubby's wellbeing . Although it will not retro back to the date I would like we are so greatful for the 100%

I hope all of your guys cases move along quickly .

Thank u for the info and support !

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The Director told me today that they are working on NODs filed 239 days or more ago.(Buffalo VARO)

She said she will send me a status of my NOD on Monday.

I again had to point out to her that the VA has not yet properly adjudicated my CUE issue.

And they have to deal with a NOD extension request I made too.

If they read my evidence they have no need to even prepare a SOC.

What good is the VCAA and the 5103 waiver when it is to gather your evidence, you send in the evidence and then sign the waiver and they do not consider it at all?

This is how the ROs started this horrible backlog in the first place, when the VCAA became law.

VCAA was supposed to tell the claimant exactly what evidence VA needed.

The 5103 waiver verifies what they have or adds more evidence.

The most important part of any claim is Evidence.

And if they deny without reading what you know they have (and can prove they have it)

to me that means they are crapping all over the VCAA as well as basic VA 101 and crapping on you too.

I

"VCAA was supposed to tell the claimant exactly what evidence VA needed."

Hah! Every VCAA I've gotten had just a general statement that said send any additional evidence you may have,

not specific evidence that would give useful direction.

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