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RAMP Claim just closed

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RAMP Claim just closed after open for over a year. Closed on a Saturday.  Just curious how soon anyone saw updates within E benefits.  I know with through initial claim process saw the updates almost simultaneous with closure. 

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 If you are talking about a "Regional Office" Ramp (HLR or SCL), those were mostly completed by Feb. 19.  

Now, if you had already received a SOC, and went to the BVA, and it says, "closed", you should be okay.  

However, VA has "closed" claims that were not adjutciated, especially RAMP (now called AMA).  

Ebenefits "updates when it updates" and, like other stuff at VA there is no time frame.  They do it when they want, and not a second before.  

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Opted into RAMP last May, sat in limbo  - no movement, except gathering evidence until earlier this year. Sent them copies of service records and civilian records to go through. Denial in my original claims stated no documentation in service records, well, we found those and sent them copies and then treatment records out of service, so, hoping that all goes well with this outcome. 

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Ok.  Did you opt for "Supplemental Claim Lane"?   Higher level review does not allow "new and relevant evidence" under 38 cfr 3.156.  

If you opted for direct Board review, and skipped HLR or SCL, then its gonna take a while.  HLR or SCL are done at the VARO, Board decisions take much longer.  

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