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what happens next after remand appeal c&p (favorable exam


Raymond H

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The remanded instruction would be implemented by the RO and if it completed it would go back to judge to sign off.  If you have another part of the remand which was not favorable it would go back to the Judge for them to review.  

The RO should give you a rating you then will need to decide if you think that is the correct decision.  You will then have a chance to appeal.  

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Raymond You are talking about the VA here. They can and do some contrary things. So yes, the RO could overlook a examiner findings. But as Shrek said, you have the appeals process. It can be frustrating but realize that unfortunately there really are very few repercussions to VA individuals making claims decisions. Probably too often than they would admit, the VA will seemingly deny and hope the veteran will just give up in frustration and not follow through with appeals. That way the VA "Saves" money. Be positive; if you have a disability and have your evidence, you can win if you don't quit. Trust that the process will work. If, it doesn't, make it work.

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The VA works in strange and frustrating ways.  But after a positive C&P on a remand the RO will most likely not ignore the results.  If they do you can appeal to the BVA.  Relax and find a hobby to take your mind off of the hamster wheel.

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