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Gathering Evidence to Preparation for decision and back

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So opened my claim in March of this year and I actually submitted in May. I had my C & P for PTSD on August 8. Before August 8, my completion date was between September 15 to December 11, 2017. After my C & P, my date changed from September 17, to December 12, 2017. This morning, my status was gathering evidence with the same September 17, to December 12, 2017, completion date. At around noon today, my status changed from Gathering Evidence to Preparation for Decision. Since I'm impulsive, I checked again at 3pm today (still August 29, 2017), and my status changed back to Gathering Evidence with a new completion date of December 2, 2017, to February 24, 2018. Also, on my open claims page there is an error that says "Requested Documents are Past Due." They have never requested anything from me, only my private psychologist (which they told me today they had received a 17 page report from already). Is it bad it went back and forth in one day? Any thoughts? Thanks in advance! 

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Ebenefits is historic for that kind of thing.  Give it another week.

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Check the tabs that say "Needed from You" and "Needed from Others".  I know from experience that if they list VA Medical Center under "Needed from Others", they are ordering one or more C&P exams.

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What dates does it say it will be completed? Thats the one to watch, its only right sometimes. This is the whole of the service that EBenfits provide! 

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So theres a new change. It was at Preparation for Decision, went to Gathering of Evidence, and today went to Pending Decision Approval with a new complete date of September 12-17, 2017. The last I heard was they were waiting on information from JSRRC, but that was received on September 5, 2017. Any thoughts?

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