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I am one of those who checks VA.gov on a regular basis. I was looking at an appeal I have with the BVA. Here is what the first screen shows:

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 The second screen shows:

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I have not received any BBE or the like, but does this mean they approved my appeal? I know these systems have been known to be wrong but I was wondering.

 

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Now its a new waiting game for them to finish up the rating and back pay (I am thinking positive).

I just spoke with the 800# at the BVA and my appeal is completed. Apparently it stays pending in Vets.gov until either the regional office or appeals review center puts in the percentages and assigns

I received my BVA letter and it shows I was granted SA and hypertension, both with the effective date of 7/2015 when I first applied for them. It's now at the RO to determine percentages and back pay.

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It sure looks like it to me. Did you have more than these two on appeal? Granted means granted, right? I don't think you can find out anyway other than BBE though, which can easily be a week or more.

Good luck!

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Thanks GB

I only had two items at the BVA. It originally only stated two issues nothing specific as you can see it now shows "Diaphragm paralysis or paresis" (I am assuming this is the SA) and "Hypertensive vascular disease". I realize it is now the waiting game.

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I just spoke with the 800# at the BVA and my appeal is completed. Apparently it stays pending in Vets.gov until either the regional office or appeals review center puts in the percentages and assigns the effective date and sets up the back pay. They told me that the BVA has already mailed out the decision and that the percentages and amounts are in the system. Now I don't want to get my hopes up but it does sound like I won my appeal. I know I now need to wait for the BBE. 

I am praying that the issues tab is correct and I was granted.

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Now its a new waiting game for them to finish up the rating and back pay (I am thinking positive).

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