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Ebennies Re-routed to VA.Gov


guys this may not be something that anyone can answer but i wanted to see if anyone else is having the same issues or having the same problems with getting updates on their claims. 

i used to be able to track my claim status with ebennies(and granted it was flawed system and not trustworthy dates) but it was something. now i have the below screenshots. all my claims are now on VA.gov and all my claims are saying "we dont know your status" for over a year now. i have called the 800 number i dont know how many times about this and no one there can give me an answer so thought i would get with you guys. its been a while since i been on here but i did have my appeal hearing for OSA and have some updates on things i will be posting in the next few weeks. 

thanks again for all everyone does here! 



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yeah i dont have any details like i used to with ebennies. i didnt realize if it wasnt a new claim that it would be like this. and this one is for re-opening a previously closed claim due to finding m

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Which phase of the claim process are you at?  Have you called the 800#?  Also the whitehouse hotline can tell you. 

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this is an old claim that i recently found medical documents for that the VA says they couldnt find. 

yeah i have called 800 number every month since december of 2019 with no help. i am submitting a question to IRIS now and see if she can help. you have the whitehouse number? thats my next step!

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Supplementals, higher-level reviews, and appeals will only show on va.gov. New claims will show up in eBenefits and va.gov but I believe the VA is going to move everything to va.gov. 

When I did my supplemental a few months back, I think it said we don’t know your status the entire time until it was completed. 

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It should give updates each time something happens.  Depending on the tab you it.  You should be able to see what I am posting below.

  1. Hide past events

    July 08, 2014 – August 03, 2020
  2. VA sent you a claim decision

    on July 08, 2014


  3. VA received your Notice of Disagreement

    on July 09, 2014


  4. VA sent you a Statement of the Case

    on November 12, 2014


  5. VA recieved your Form 9

    on November 18, 2014


  6. VA sent you a Supplemental Statement of the Case

    on November 17, 2015


  7. Your appeal was sent to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals

    on March 02, 2016


  8. Board of Veterans’ Appeals made a decision

    on May 24, 2018


  9. VA sent you a Supplemental Statement of the Case

    on July 22, 2019


  10. Your appeal was returned to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals

    on August 20, 2019


  11. Board of Veterans’ Appeals made a decision

    on November 08, 2019


  12. U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims made a decision

    on August 03, 2020



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Your appeal is waiting to be sent to a judge

Your appeal is at the Board of Veterans’ Appeals, waiting to be sent to a Veterans Law Judge. Staff at the Board will make sure your case is complete, accurate, and ready to be decided by a judge.

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