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DRO Process Letter?

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Hello everyone. Does anyone know what a DRO process letter is? It is listed under my appeal but then says its complete next to it?

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It could be a favorable process letter???

The first favorable outcome of a DRO review is a grant of the sought disability benefits.

you should know any time what decision he/she has made.

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Did you File a NOD asking for a DRO "REVIEW"? If so, an AWARD or Denial could be imminent, as in the next (2) to (12) months. Your Direct Deposit account will be one of the 1st to know. Be sure it's set to Txt & Email you regarding all Transactions.

If you got Denied, the VA requirement of a SOC may add greatly to your wait-time for the Decision Letter.     Semper Fi

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7 minutes ago, Gastone said:

Did you File a NOD asking for a DRO "REVIEW"? If so, an AWARD or Denial could be imminent, as in the next (2) to (12) months. Your Direct Deposit account will be one of the 1st to know. Be sure it's set to Txt & Email you regarding all Transactions.

If you got Denied, the VA requirement of a SOC may add greatly to your wait-time for the Decision Letter.     Semper Fi

Hey gastone,

    The process letter was from like a month ago, then I had a VSR call me and ask a few questions and then the DRO process letter was completed on ebenifts after I answered the VSR questions

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Just don't run out of gas while you're waiting in the "Decision" Holding Pattern.

The Decision, Good or Bad, is somewhere on your horizon.  Semper Fi

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15 minutes ago, Gastone said:

Just don't run out of gas while you're waiting in the "Decision" Holding Pattern.

The Decision, Good or Bad, is somewhere on your horizon.  Semper Fi

Thanks

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