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So I agree with some of the advise of not checking ebenefits to often or trusting the information.  However I will share my experience that seems very similar to others descriptions. My claim went to "preparing for notification" in the morning.  By evening the pending claims and letters had updated.  Hope this is helpful.  Again not absolute so there might still be different experiences out there.

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I haven't had a hearing yet! Its kinda fun to play around with the idea that maybe since evidence was submitted with the 10182 they may have kicked it back to the RO in which case, after a quick glanc

Hi Bigoc, This is typical for the VA.  I have seen this jump all around and I have seen it rush through!  It really depends on if they have all the information to make a decision or if they need

This might mean that your case is decided but do not believe in ebennifits.  If you have a VSO contact them Monday, otherwise I would call the 1-800 number and see what they say.  If you are really ni

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Hi Bigoc,

This is typical for the VA.  I have seen this jump all around and I have seen it rush through!  It really depends on if they have all the information to make a decision or if they need to build a better case!  

That is great advice not to check everyday and it is very hard not to check everyday when you see movement!  This is really good!  

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For anyone who can accurately predict "what ebenefits means when they say _________"  dont forget:  The superbowl is this weekend.  So please tell me the winner and final score, in advance, so we can all win money and win enough so that we wont need VA benefits.  

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Like Shrek said it is best not to check every day but yes, it is hard not to. We have all done it but it is best to try and not think about it. Try to only check once a week, its hard but you can do it. After all, checking it every day does not make it go any faster.

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As someone who took ten years to get a TDIU claim finished, I recommend anyone dealing with the VA to get a hobby.  The delay and deny and string many veterans out for many years.  Checking ebenefits frequently only leads to frustration on the part of the veteran.  I currently have an NOD out and they say one to two years for completion.  

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I got a fun one today, randomly, VA.gov shows a new claim popped up, with no details on what was being claimed. It has 5 documents as "additional evidence" listed with one being "UNKNOWN"...what in the heck?

--Note--the documents are most likely references from my 2016 claim/denial

Looks like movement of some sort, I wonder if it is because new evidence was sent along with the 10182.

Fun times.

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