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What is the usual wait time today, for a decision from the Board of Veterans Appeals? My appeal has been there since April 2010. Any imput is appreciated.
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Typically, once an Appeal has been certified a VA Law Judge may
decided on an appeal within 24 months providing that all the evidence is
there to show that you have an well documented claim to be forwarded
for Review and Adjudication. If for some reason the Board feels that
there is not enough evidence to decide your claim it would remand via
Appeals Management Center (AMC) then it is send back to the Regional
Office of Jurisdiction handling your case. Within a remand they may
request for additional evidence through Supplemental Statement of Case.
Jan 2 11 3:31 PM
Jan 2 11 3:48 PM
LIKEYOUREADABOUT wrote: What you are stating in your last sentence is that once the regional office sends out a (SSOC)to the claimant;the regional office sends your claim back to the BVA for adjudication. And if the claimant disagrees with the (SSOC) sent to him by the regional office and he files a (NOD) doesnt the claim stay at the regional office until the (NOD) is answered by that given regional office?.
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Jan 3 11 12:47 AM
LIKEYOUREADABOUT wrote: If the BVA remands your case back to your regional office for them to carry out certain functions ,like a C&P and as a claimant you disagree with their findings from the C&P and their (SSOC) explaining their reasons and decisions.AS a claimant you submit a (NOD) does it stillgoes back to the BVA,or does it stay in that respective regional office to answer your disagreement with their (SSOC). In other words does everything have to be settled before goingback to BVA for final adjudication.
Jan 3 11 12:44 PM
Jan 3 11 1:50 PM
LIKEYOUREADABOUT wrote: With all due respect you are wrong in your answer. (enclosed a SSOC) To Wit: Your appeal was previously remanded by the Board of Veteran Appeals for further development,which has been completed. Before returning your appeal to the Board,we are giving you a period of time to respond with additional comments or evidence.Please note that a response at this time is optional and is not required to continue your appeal. If you wish to respond,you have 30 days from the date of this letter to respond.
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Jan 4 11 3:07 AM
LIKEYOUREADABOUT wrote: I know my claim went to BVA in Oct 07 because it was remanded back in June of 08 for C&P. C&P completed in Nov.08. SSOC Feb 2010. My NOD to their SSOC last of FEB.2010 and now waiting!. IAM not sure but I think VA has being aroundlonger than social security admin. And why is it that SS is much more efficant than VA in processing claims. What has SS done to their system that VA has not done?.
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