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Stage 3 Development mean?

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VA Request 9 : “Stage 3 Development” complete mean?

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Put it in context.  In the cartoon "Snagglepuss", "Exit Stage 3" means he is splitting.  

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19 minutes ago, broncovet said:

Put it in context.  In the cartoon "Snagglepuss", "Exit Stage 3" means he is splitting.  

I know what “complete” means.   That wasn’t the question though.    

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Even if  "stage 3" is complete that does not mean the VA will not go back to stage 2 and start all over again.  When the claim is finished and you get the decision in your hand then it is complete.   I don't even know what the VA means by "Stage 3 Exit".  It all means nothing until you get the written decision.  I learned this the hard way by trusting VA officials via a BS phone call.   You can't make them work faster or better.  All you can do is appeal the decisions.  You drive yourself crazy trying to guess what they are doing.  I am sorry I can't tell you what "exit stage 3" actually means in VA speak because I am not even sure the VA knows.

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On 1/21/2019 at 10:50 AM, john999 said:

Even if  "stage 3" is complete that does not mean the VA will not go back to stage 2 and start all over again.  When the claim is finished and you get the decision in your hand then it is complete.   I don't even know what the VA means by "Stage 3 Exit".  It all means nothing until you get the written decision.  I learned this the hard way by trusting VA officials via a BS phone call.   You can't make them work faster or better.  All you can do is appeal the decisions.  You drive yourself crazy trying to guess what they are doing.  I am sorry I can't tell you what "exit stage 3" actually means in VA speak because I am not even sure the VA knows.

Thanks for the advice. Lol 

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