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Called the 1800 number today (my weekly call) . The gentleman on the phone stated that according to the computer my case was decided today ( I have 2 seperate NODS plus one appeal to the BVA.) My question is how long will it take to hear from the VA after a case is decided? These two cases are going on 2 1/2 years now

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JIm

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It all depends. If the decision(s) are denials or if there is less than $25,000.00 retro involved, you should receive the decision within a couple of weeks. If the claim(s) were approved and there is over $25,000.00 retro involved, then your claim must be sent for a third signature, generally by the Veterans Service Center Manager or their assistant. This could take a few more days to complete.

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Jim-I sure hope this is good news-----

I am baffled by the 800# sometimes-

Last week they said my claims were still with a rater- but today they said they have been with Regional counsel for over a week-

it takes time for the VARO PC to catch up sometimes-

This is a good sign for me-counsel had the claims 3 weeks ago-but for only one day and now they have it all again-

It is either to confirm a General Counsel Pres Op I sent in support of my CUE for SMC or they are checking the offset they held back when they awarded me DIC.

Then again -hard to figure out-

I wish regional counsel would call me- he is an excellent VA attorney-and we discussed my older FTCA claim some months ago as to the ramifications to my 2003 AO claim.He was very familiar with some of the older claim and knew that it had taken much longer than needed.

They might be looking for some VA documents-

within 3 months of my FTCA claim the VA wanted to settle with me-based on a VA doctor's report he just received that confirmed malpractice.

Funny how that then mysteriously disappeared. They then said there was no record at all of it.I even used FOIA to get a copy of it-no record---- Took 3 more years to reach a FTCA settlement.

(I do have a copy of it now though-it was in my c file!- I am still amazed at what my c file revealed-)

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