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I just looked on myhealthyvet and this is what is says for my CP exams for last week, they were at a VA facility.  Will this change in a few days? 

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LOCAL TITLE: COMPENSATION & PENSION EXAM
STANDARD TITLE: C & P EXAMINATION NOTE
DATE OF NOTE: SEP 14, 2016@11:00 ENTRY DATE: SEP 14, 2016@11:57:48
AUTHOR: WARREN,BILLIE M EXP COSIGNER:
URGENCY: STATUS: COMPLETED
You may not VIEW this COMPLETED COMPENSATION & PENSION EXAM.

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There are at least 3 possible reasons:

1.  Ebenefits is in error.  Go to your "release of information" and request a copy of the C and P exam.  

2. Ebenefits is correct, but they dont have a way to upload exam.  Go to your ROI and request a copy of C and P exam.

3.  Someone has requested your c and p exam not be released, and this is reflected in ebenenefits.  In that case, use the teenager method.  (When mom says no, ask Dad.  When Mom and Dad say no, ask Grandma.  When Mom, Dad, and Grandma say no, then ask your teacher.)  Ask someone else for a copy, reminding you that VA is not a unified body, and when one VA employee says no, just ask someone else and they will probably say yes.  In other words, go to your ROI and ask for a copy of the exam in all cases.  

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10 minutes ago, broncovet said:

There are at least 3 possible reasons:

1.  Ebenefits is in error.  Go to your "release of information" and request a copy of the C and P exam.  

2. Ebenefits is correct, but they dont have a way to upload exam.  Go to your ROI and request a copy of C and P exam.

3.  Someone has requested your c and p exam not be released, and this is reflected in ebenenefits.  In that case, use the teenager method.  (When mom says no, ask Dad.  When Mom and Dad say no, ask Grandma.  When Mom, Dad, and Grandma say no, then ask your teacher.)  Ask someone else for a copy, reminding you that VA is not a unified body, and when one VA employee says no, just ask someone else and they will probably say yes.  In other words, go to your ROI and ask for a copy of the exam in all cases.  

I thought it was very strange to not have access to them, one was neuro and the other psych along with my smc s .........I will go to my ROI at my local VA and hopefully get a copy, hard to put a veterans statement in with my claim or dispute any of their findings when you don't get to see them.  This should be accessible to all of us not just some :)  sneaky bastards

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You can also go to the VAMC where you had the C&P exam and find the release of information office in the hospital or the medical records section and fill out form VA Form 21-4142. Once you fill that out they will mail  you copy of your c&p exam  or you can have them call you when they receive the copy from the examiner for pickup. Hope this helps.

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