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BVA direct review hearing timeline


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BVA direct review w/ va judge. i was told the hearing happened on 5/31/22 and that the results shall be sent to BVA. Typically, how long after this occurs can i expect to see a decision? My claim was submitted 1/1/22 and have expedited processing. 

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I don't think that anyone knows the answer to your question. It has been asked plenty of time. 

As we all say, pick a hobby, sit back, relax and enjoy the ride. 

I had a hearing 5/26/22. Still waiting for transcripts which I was told that it could be up to 90 days. 

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3 minutes ago, Whodat said:

I don't think that anyone knows the answer to your question. It has been asked plenty of time. 

As we all say, pick a hobby, sit back, relax and enjoy the ride. 

I had a hearing 5/26/22. Still waiting for transcripts which I was told that it could be up to 90 days. 

just requested mine today. Hopefully it doesn’t take 90 days. Thanks 

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Being that you have an expedited request, you should have priority so hopefully it won't take too long. 

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1 hour ago, FlyboyLeRoy said:

BVA direct review w/ VA judge. I was told the hearing happened on 5/31/22 and that the results shall be sent to BVA. Typically, how long after this occurs can I expect to see a decision? My claim was submitted 1/1/22 and have expedited processing. 

It really depends on if/when the (AOD) Advance on the Docket team picks up your claim/appeal, after that I would think no more than 30 (thirty) days. If the VA approves your claim/appeal, they still have to adjudicate it and set up your retro payment. You should have gotten a notification that the AOD accepted your request for advancement. At least this is my experience and what happened to my appeal that was recently awarded. My decision did not have a remand, it was a straight grant and the deposit hit my account within 10 (ten) working days. If this did not happen and the judge already reviewed your claim/appeal, you may get your decision sooner without the AOD getting involved.  We will see.

Now with all that said if you are a military retiree then the DFAS has to do their little thing and it can take a little longer but not sure how long is that little longer. Also, remands could hold up your benefits, but you should still get your decision letter.

 

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3 minutes ago, pacmanx1 said:

It really depends on if/when the (AOD) Advance on the Docket team picks up your claim/appeal, after that I would think no more than 30 (thirty) days. If the VA approves your claim/appeal, they still have to adjudicate it and set up your retro payment. You should have gotten a notification that the AOD accepted your request for advancement. At least this is my experience and what happened to my appeal that was recently awarded. My decision did not have a remand, it was a straight grant and the deposit hit my account within 10 (ten) working days. If this did not happen and the judge already your claim/appeal, you make get your decision sooner without the AOD getting involved.  We will see.

Now with all that said if you are a military retiree than the DFAS has to do their little thing and it can take a little longer but not sure how long is that little longer.

 

I've already been told the AOD was approved and implemented. On 5/31 the appellate brief was filled out and today I learned was when the va judge reviewed the claim. Today i was told its complete and only waiting for review by the BVA. So i suppose since it should be expedited and the hearing is complete, it shouldn't be much longer (but I know it will be) Thank you.

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@pacmanx1 even if dfas done there thing in the past, it still has to dfas again?

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1 minute ago, Whodat said:

even if dfas done there thing in the past, it still has to dfas again?

With all grants and or increases all claims and appeals must go through the adjudication process including retirees, this is how they cheat, sorry I mean, this is how they recalculate what the veteran was paid, what the veteran is owed and then the veteran gets the difference. 

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