Discussion in ' General Discussion ' started by gardener , Jun 5, Log in or Sign up. What does it mean? After contacting my senator to inquire about my mom's application sent in July , I received a letter from the VA asking for two things.

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I don't know what what they mean by What We never Received from You solicited. It seems the date they requested it, is the same day they closed it. Can anyone decipher this for us? What We Have Never Received from You solicited This is a list of items that have never been received from you and that have been closed.

It's a statement letter that has 2 check boxes and a signature. Basically, it is asking if you have any additional information you would like to submit. You either check the yes or no box and sign the letter to return to VA. If you do not return the letter within 30 days, then they assume you do not have any new information to provide, and proceed with the claim. I would be more concerned with whether they have the first item listed.

We're concerned about the first item listed also. Now they say they never received it. When they do make a decision, the decision letter will state what evidence was used for your husbands claim.

There are times also, when the claim may go back to gathering evidence if they determine they do not have all the required evidence to make a decision. All you can really do at this point is wait and see.

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A VCAA Notice is a letter sent to a veteran claimant from the VA that notifies the veteran of what information is needed to support their claim for benefits. Typically, VA will request records or other evidence needed for your claim. For example, they may request a copy of your DD or medical treatment records from your private physician. The Notice states that you must submit the requested evidence within 30 days of receiving the letter. You have up to a year from the date of the VCAA Notice letter to submit the requested information or evidence. But after 30 days have passed, VA will continue to move forward with processing and deciding your claim.

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