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Hi, I called the 800# and was told my file was ready to be assigned to a ratings specialist this week, I have called several times in the last several months and when the person at the 800# tells me this, the person is very upbeat , happy and says in effect, this is a great thing. Conversely, the CDVA rep tells me it will be months, months I tell you before any outcome. Additionally, the CDVA rep says it taked five years for an appeal...odd, I did not mention an appeal. It seems everyone has a different take on the situation. Any opinions on who the best source of disinformation is? Thank you.

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Niether, Hadit is the best sourse for info. B)

Your file being at the rater, or assigned to a rater doesn't mean the rater is working on it. It means it is in a stack with the rest of the claims that need rated. When the rater get's to it they will decide if all the evidence necissary is in the file. If it's not they will send it back to the development team for further development. Then back the the rater stack.

So you can see, yes it could take quite some time before an actuall rating. The process is slow. I know that's not what your really wanting to hear. The actuall time it take depends on the region. Some are busier than others.

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I doubt the Veterans rep has even looked into it and is blowing smoke.

Send an IRIS response and ask where it is at the rating board. They should tell you it as ready to rate of being rated.

Dont trust a VSR with this.

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