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VBA records requests

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SgtKidJoe

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I filed a Claim in Aug 7, 2022 for multiple issues. I've been thru 8 separate C&P's, yet I could not find a copy of the C&P's this this claim or any other. I made a special trip to the Hampton VA records and requested any 3rd party (LHI, QTC, etc) and related imaging so I could review it. I was told to contact the VBA and possibly a VSA. Has anyone else gotten a copy of their C&P's? If so how?

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You have too request them, usually, from the vendors . A VSO has access to VBMS, also, so they can do itt if you know exactly what you are looking for. 

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If your C & P exams were contracted out like (LHI, QTC, etc.,) you are going to have to contact the VA Regional Office and request a copy through their privacy freedom of information act. The VA is going to make you fill out a form to get a copy of your records and I hate to say it, the VA most likely will not forward you a copy until after they make their decision. If you have a VA.gov account, you can request them there. Just look on the right-hand side of the screen and it should ask if you want a copy of your C & P exams. You are going to have to follow the steps to check the status of your claim and you will come to this.

Want a copy of your claim exam?

You can obtain a copy of your claim exam (also known as a compensation and pension, or C&P, exam) by contacting your nearest regional office.

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