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BVA process once a remand is returned

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I recently had a remand returned to the BVA by AMC.  I am able to see the claims that were granted and percentages given in ebenefits.  I was also told that the required signatures (there was 3) were also obtained already.   Can anyone assist me with what steps are next in the process?  

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No offense, but You are just going to have to wait for the decision like everyone else. Then, once you get the board decision, its more waiting for the RO to implement it.  

Many of us have learned the hard way not to trust "what we are told" by some VA employee or a VSO.  

Still, if it lists percentages in ebenefits, especially in AB8 letters, then it could be good for you.  

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Maybe, "The Checks in the Mail." Hopefully before you Croak.

Sounds like you did OK, did you get the SC % and Effective Dates you were looking for?

Sit back and relax but 1st, be sure your Direct Deposit Account is set up to Txt/e-mail you regarding all transactions. Retro should still probably hit (4+-?) weeks before the actual Award Letter arrives.

Give us a Claim/Appeals time-line, when you have the time. That would be of significant interest to all BVA Appeals pending Vets.

Congratulations on your win.

Semper Fi

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