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    You’ve just been rated 100% disabled by the Veterans Affairs. After the excitement of finally having the rating you deserve wears off, you start asking questions. One of the first questions that you might ask is this: It’s a legitimate question – rare is the Veteran that finds themselves sitting on the couch eating bon-bons … Continue reading

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Sailorman

Claim back to Prep for Decision (3rd time)

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My SMC/ A&A, Auto Grant, Specially Adaptated Housing, and Coronary Artery Disease claim has been placed back in ‘Prep for Decision’. My claim has been in and out of the status. At first my claim required 2 signatures. Now, my claim requires 1 signature.  

Could this be an big issue for me?  

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It is difficult to say. Just keep in mind that the status on ebenefits or from calling the toll-free number can change and fluctuate often. The letter, or big brown envelope (BBE), will eventually arrive and hopefully bring you some good news. Good luck!

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You’re right! Waiting sure can make a person nuts.  I was more curious as to rather reducing the adjudicating for approval from 2 to 1 could be a big deal. 

I will wait. 

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Yeah, been there before myself. The VA has a number of reasons why signatures can be required. I hope yours is worth the wait.

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5 hours ago, Sailorman said:

You’re right! Waiting sure can make a person nuts.  I was more curious as to rather reducing the adjudicating for approval from 2 to 1 could be a big deal. 

I will wait. 

Sailorman. It was extremely helpful for me to call Regional and speak with the OIC for your VSO services. I did this not even having a VSO, although I am American Legion I called Regional and spoke with him and this made a huge difference. He actually called me this morning to tell me I was approved. This before I have received the BBL or Ebenefits showing approval, or any monetary received.

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Ddsr, thank you very much for this information. I will call first thing Monday morning. 

 

Very much appreciate it. 

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