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E-Ben Eligibility Determination

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Checked E-Ben today to find under historical claims a new closed claim. 'Eligibility Determination.' Opened on 10-7-2016 | Closed on 10-7-2016 | Update: Notification sent | Actions: view appeal statues (This link leads to the general work in process page.)

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Does anyone know what this eligibility determination means? Is it a sign that my PTSD increase to 100% is moving along fast and might be completed this month?

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No clue, but I think it would mean eligible to get VA benefits, not eligible to get a PTSD increase.

If you are already compensated for PTSD, you dont need to prove you have it again, etc.

I think it was just a check (for what reason, unknown) to make sure your eligible for VA benefits.

Where is your claim at in eBennies?

Hamslice

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7 hours ago, Hamslice said:

No clue, but I think it would mean eligible to get VA benefits, not eligible to get a PTSD increase.

If you are already compensated for PTSD, you dont need to prove you have it again, etc.

I think it was just a check (for what reason, unknown) to make sure your eligible for VA benefits.

Where is your claim at in eBennies?

Hamslice

E-Bem has it at Appeal pending notice of disagreement; however, I got a SSOC in the mail saying they're denying my IU, but granting 100% for PTSD in a separate rating decision. #800 number people said they're working on finalizing my 100% and gave me the generic time frame of a day to months depending on workload, complexity of claim, ect, ect.

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