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there is such thing as MFR but I already knew this and if you think there is
not such a thing as reconsideration keep reading and learning pwrslm dead on
clock running but you can file it.
VA is welcome to bandy about terms like "reconsideration" but they are bound by 38 USC and 38 CFR. Turning to Part 19, where these mechanisms are described and defined, take a look at §19.26:
§ 19.26 Action by agency of original jurisdiction on Notice of Disagreement.
(The Office of Management and Budget has approved the information collection requirements in this section under control number 2900-0674)
bull crap u said there is no such claim a reconsideration you can file this at anytime
within your filling limits 90 day a year what ever the case may be ... A reconsideration does not have to
be with BVA a recon can be file anytime you ask ???? get new evidence or evidence that was not considered
with new evidence what you call it, evidence not concider is that new evidence????
A recon is in affect
you can ask VA to CUE themselves ,,,but a reconsideration has no merit in the claim process until
BVA and after it been posted Just ASK FOR IT never know might get lucky. RU
I apologize. Apparently, I don't know what I'm talking about. Back to school for me. I'll report back when I locate the regulation/statute that permits and defines "reconsideration". Meanwhile, you fellers keep hanging those 4138 recons on eBennies and keep score. I'm all in with you.
Just remember. The M21 is an "adjudicative tool" to aid in claims. As such, it is an advisory manual (and has no force of law) and is always subject to revision if found to be at odds with statutes/regulations governing the subject. Surely, somewhere here on Hadit or another Veterans help site, we can find successful claimants who employed this device to win. Anyone? Speak up.
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