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Best Way To Send Information: Vso, Fax, Certified Mail, Etc

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All information has to be forwarded to the Intake Information Center to be digitized.

I was wondering what is the best way to send the information.

1. Through your VSO or local service organization?

2. Fax?

3. Certified Mail?

4. Other?

All opinions, pros, and cons are welcomed about the best method.

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Any way you can provide proof you sent it when the VA comes back to you saying you never provided it. There's nothing that prevents you from providing it more than one way. I can tell you from personal experience that you need more than a VSO telling you it's been sent in. I prefer certified mail, because I've had to pull out the green card we got back as proof on several occasions over the years.

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I send it via certified mail to the VARO as well as the Janesville center (for Texas veterans), as well as faxing it to the Janesville center (printing a fax confirmation receipt), and also upload it on eBenefits, then print the upload confirmation receipt.

I know I'm probably overdoing it, and it probably is redundant making my C-File full of duplicates, but better safe than sorry. I've been burned before when I thought that the VA had received information when they either didn't, or lost it.


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