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Slowed down appeals


I know I was taking the summer off but thought I’d update what and where it’s lost at in this appeal jigsaw puzzle. So Dec. 27 appeal remanded one issue denied one issue for a condition I never filed for using the reason to deny this condition as the condition I claimed was caused by my TBI but didn’t cause a neck condition. I was perplexed went to the RO spoke with VSO who just had me fill out a Statement of support and faxed it into The BVA and the intake center requesting to have a reconsideration and clarified what was claimed in 2012 and was in my NOD from 2012 to have service connected. Well I was contacted by the BVA said the motion is with a judge awaiting for the AMO decision to move on a decide the request. Confused as I always get with the circles game I said I signed a waiver that was in the decision from the AMO dated June 1st. They responded well I see the waiver just not the decision I laughed I said the waiver was one out of ten pages in the decision so that’s apparently what I am waiting for is the BVA to look into my motion .... waiting 40 days now after signing the waiver of the 30 day RO review of the decision sounds Almost a joke

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