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What does it mean to be VA certified?
Updated: July 19, 2019. VA-accredited attorneys or representatives are individuals recognized by VA as legally authorized and capable of assisting claimants in pursuit of benefits before the Department of Veterans Affairs.
How long does it take to get a VA decision letter?
As of June 2021, the average time it takes for the VA to issue a decision on VA benefits is 134.4 days. If your application is denied and you want to complete the appeals process, it will take approximately 125 days for a Supplemental Claim or Higher-Level Review and more than one year for a Board Hearing.
What does it mean when the VA says they sent you a development letter?
Section 3.159 of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations stipulates the type of information VA must provide to help Veterans with their claims. Development letters are supposed to inform claimants about the evidence needed to perfect their claim, acceptable proof to support the claim, the date the evidence must be ...
What is the objective of VA?
To fulfill President Lincoln's promise \u201cTo care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan\u201d by serving and honoring the men and women who are America's Veterans.
How do I check my VA decision online?
After you've signed in, find the list of Disability links on the VA.gov home page. Click Check your claim or appeal status. You can review the date each one was last updated, the current status, and the date you submitted it. Click the View details button to see more details.
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