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When Judges are swapped out at the BVA

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My traditional appeal has been going in awkward direction. I know eBenefits is not reliable but in my case it has been because I confirmed my changes with the BVA ombudsman.

I’ve been been battling back and forth with the BVA for 25 years. However, I’m just caught of guard with the BVA’s recent development.

The Judge and her team of her attorney’s that was reviewing my case temporarily placed my folder back in the storage room. My appeal status was “waiting in line to be placed on docket.”  My claim was only in that status for a few days and then my claim was then changed to “with appeals judge.”  

I learned my claim was reassigned to a new judge, which is the previous judges supervisor. Has anyone experienced this or any know what may be going on?

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To give you more insight to where your appeal is at I recommend vets.gov sign up for an account that’s how today I found out my remanded appeal is back at the BVA with a judge.

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I have a vets.gov account. Thank you I will keep checking. 

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