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RAMP appeals

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Anyone have any idea how long Pending Decision Approval takes for a RAMP appeal assigned to the St Petersburg VARO?

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Yes.  This will take "exactly" the lenght of time VA wants it to take.  

You see, Ramp claims are processed "in an national que" and its irrelevant which VARO.  

From a practical matter, I doubt that it will take that long.  Your claim may even be in promulgation.  

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I moved my appeal into RAMP on Oct 29, 2018. The Decision letter was dated Jan 30, 2019. 

So roughly 90 days give or take.

 

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Good point, Mr. Stryker.  I opted into Ramp on Aug. 8. and I have not yet received the decision.  So, it obviously varies as Im over 180 days and still counting.  

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4 hours ago, broncovet said:

Good point, Mr. Stryker.  I opted into Ramp on Aug. 8. and I have not yet received the decision.  So, it obviously varies as Im over 180 days and still counting.  

My appeal was for an EED and sleep apnea. I'm guessing it would depend on the complexity and number of items appealed. 

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