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BVA Awaiting Place on the Docket

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Greetings

I just checked eBenefits on the status of my BVA claims and it said, "Awaiting Place on the Docket."  Does this mean that the DAV has reviewed and written statements to support my Remanded Claims (Docket 11-12-911)?

Best Regards

Chiefhouse

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Hopefully the letter will come soon.

Were you ever able to obtain an Independent Medical Opinion?

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My hubbys ebenefits say the same  thing as yours today.  He did call the Vso and ask what the hell were they holding it there so long.  She I had told us to call back today.  We will do that on Monday now.  He also called the d c office and talked to some guy there for awhile so maybe something is moving.  Now my question is he told my husband that even it Vso wrote up the 646, the appeal would just go in dockett order.   My question is if there are several dockett numbers come up and they have not had their 646 written up yet, what happens.  I do understand some Vso do not write up nothing.  I figure that is what happened to his after he was upset with them.

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Greetings

I got this response from the VA on Friday, 28 April 2017 regarding my claims (Docket 11-12 911):

This is in response to your inquiry to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) dated April 28, 2017.

We are grateful for your service to our country.

The Board of Veterans’ Appeals (BVA) has ordered that additional action is needed on your appeal before making a final decision.

This appeal was remanded to the regional office on April 19, 2017.

When all the required actions are completed, your file will be reviewed.

If any further action or development is needed, we will contact you. If not, you will be provided a supplemental decision or Supplemental Statement of the Case (SSOC), prior to returning your appeal to the BVA for a decision.

We are unable to provide any timeframe on how long it will take to complete your appeal once it is certified to the BVA, as it is no longer within your local office's jurisdiction and we do not have any control over BVA. We also cannot provide a date or time frame in which the regional office (RO) will process the remanded actions. As each Veteran’s benefits are as important as the next, they are generally processed in the order of receipt.

We are unable to provide any timeframe on how long it will take to complete your appeal once it is certified to the BVA, as it is no longer within your local office's jurisdiction and we do not have any control over BVA. We also cannot provide a date or time frame in which the regional office (RO) will process the remanded actions. As each Veteran’s benefits are as important as the next, they are generally processed in the order of receipt.

Note: This will be the second time my claims were sent back to the VA for further development.  Will just have to wait it out.

Best Regards

Chiefhouse

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Who, your RO or BVA, sent the Letter? Are the above Dates correct, 4/28/17?

Did you or your BVA Rep receive a copy of the Remand? How about the Form ?? waiver?

Semper Fi

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Chief, did one of your Appeal issues have to do with your Big Toe Condition being a result of interferon?

If so, don't look for a quick turn around on that Remand. 

Semper Fi

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