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saxman

Just got docket number. How do I look it up?

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Hi all, I just got my docket number and wanted to know how do I look it up at the BVA?  docket # 1542737 

Thanks!

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Sax. you just got the Docket Number, what do you need to lookup? You've got at least another Year or so, depending on what type of BVA Hearing you chose. Did you opt for the RO Video Hearing?

A friend just had his BVA Video Hearing 08/16 from a DRO Review Denial in 2013. His VSO at the RO was notified by the BVA about 2 weeks before the Video Hearing was to take place. He nor his VSO were ever notified regarding a Docket Number being assigned.

Take a look at the BVA Decisions for 2016, how old are the Docket Numbers? Unless you qualify for an Advancement due to Homelessness, age or immanent Death, your in for at least another year or so. Or Maybe Not, who really knows?

Semper Fi

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Gastone, I did not request a hearing.  I guess I wanted to check and see if everything is there that I appealed. I do not qualify for an advance docket.  thanks for the info. 

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Try this link saxman..it may help you out some or you may already know.

but check out #9

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http://www.bva.va.gov/Frequently_Asked_questions.asp

scroll down &

check #9 Maybe that will help you some?

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saxman

 Now that you recieved a Docket # keep checking on e benefits b/c they could assign your case to a Veterans Law Judge!

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