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A CUE is for a final decision that was not appealed beyond the VARO. I don't think you want to wait for this. I would file a regular DRO appeal and try and get this thing worked out there. Very few every win a CUE at the VARO or BVA.

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I asked the VARO to CUE a decision in 1995 and was successful- within 3 weeks the decision was changed.This regarded a small pension issue but they had made legal error in the denial.

In 2005 I got a sameo sameo socalled De Novo review and emailed the RO via Iris- What the Hell is this and asked the VSM to CUE the DRO sameo sameo-

she did-I used the actual DRO regs to support my request for the RO to CUE itself-

I then got a DRO conference immediately-- in which my POA represented me-

the whole purpose was to redo the claim by considering my medical evidence-

NONE of it to include 2 IMOs had been considered in the Copy and Paste De Novo decision.

My point- I already told of the conference results here-------

You can ask the VARO to CUE itself but you must send this request to the VSM (The RO Veterans Service manager), the RO Director, and your POA rep-I did all that by email----

and clearly state the legal errors that the SOC contains.

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PS- do that within the 60 days response time you were given---

As you all know the 60 days response time is being attempted to be lowered to 30 days by VA.

This is a proposed reg and was discussed here-

You can file public comment against this- as I have done- at the Fed register web site-

The purpose of this proposed reg is that VA says it will make claims processing more efficient-

(My ___ it will)

I gave written argument to the proposed rule-it is one more VA bs thing to prevent vets from getting closer to their awards.

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