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After the regional office receives your Form 9 and starts preparing the appeal for the Board of Veteran Appeals, does the regional office take one final look at the appeal to see if it can be resolved before sending the issue to Washington D.C.?
They used to about 15 or 20 years ago, before they caused the backlog.
The new HR 457 however,might actually stop any VCAA errors in their tracks.
Much of the enormous BVA backlog, for years has been due to violations of the VCAA ( 5103 waiver) that have caused countless Remands for corrections to extend our proper DTA regulations to us.
In our radio show here yesterday I think I put it this way...
what VA gave us in 2000( enhanced DTA regulations-aka the VCAA)
they also took away from us ,by failing to honor the VCAA.
By doing that ,the claim got quickly off their desks, denied without our proper DTA rights being fulfilled.
Once you get a Transfer letter the BVA will give you a docket # and if you have any more evidence ( or if the VA might have ignored probative evidence,they had, send it all, with a proof of mailing to the BVA, with a cover letter asking them to associate it all with your BVA docket #.
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