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Kelly Severance

uploading evidence in ebenefits?

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Hello friends.  I am trying to upload more evidence for our TDIU claim.  Anyone know how to do this in ebenefits?

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When you look at the pending claim in eBenefits you have the option to upload it. You can get to your pending claims in eBenefits by first clicking on disabilities and at the bottom it will show which ones are pending. By clicking on the pending claim it will take you to your claim and there will be an option to upload evidence. I would show you a screen shot but I don't have any pending claims. 

Good luck with your claim.

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So I got to the dashboard at the top right.  Then click disabilities.  Then scroll all the way to the bottom to and you should see your current claim their.  click on claim status and it will take you to where you can upload.

If that does not work VA.gov does and you just check you claims status and once you are there scroll down to see a blue button to add more evidence.

 

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On 5/2/2019 at 7:09 PM, shrekthetank1 said:

Did it work?

No.  When I went on the site and followed the directions, it said that evidence for an appeal could not be uploaded.  I went back to the letter from VA and used the number provided to fax it in.  So I HOPE they got it..........but really no way of knowing!

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