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"A judge is reviewing your appeal" "Decision soon"

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PostMan1988

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I never trust the dates on Ebennies or VA.gov.  I had one claim where I got a C&P exam after the finish date came and passed.  The VA in some areas is moving at a glacial pace.  I have a date of 13 to 26 months for an NOD.  I used to get an NOD in several months.

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41 minutes ago, shrekthetank1 said:

Totally depends on if there is a remand or not. If there is a grant it will take more like 6-8 months or more. If it is a remand you are looking at a year plus. This is not a definite thing. Everyone is deferent and will take what it does. These are my times.  

Ah yes remands, took 4 years to get to my last one! Guess I'll wait like everyone else.

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16 hours ago, PostMan1988 said:

Wondering if anyone else has seen this before and if the timeline was about right?

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mine (posted) in these forums too... once every few weeks changes slightly....I had even sent more evidence (I hate using the word evidence, it is like I am a criminal on trial) when it was the time to do so... but the 1-2 months thing seems like a bunch of b.s. but we shall see.

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