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    Got my letter today. Now what?

    I emailed them mid September 2017 and was advised that I was in the final processing and administrative review. It went by fairly quickly.
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    Got my letter today. Now what?

    The letter said there is a lot of claims at the moment but my decision was sent to records so it can be updated. Could still take another couple months before they are updated to reflect the change
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    Got my letter today. Now what?

    I filed with the Pdbr back in November of 2016. Today I got my letter saying that my 10% has been raised to 50%. I currently have a 70% rating from the VA with PTd and pay at 100%. Do I need to actually do anything else? I guess this means I have military retirement so will my wife and 1 year...
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    Concurrent receipt question

    Say they bump my military rating from 10% to 30 or above and I now have "retirement" from the military but not the 20 years. Does that put me in a different category. Sorry if I'm not understanding.
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    Concurrent receipt question

    ive searched all over the forums and I am slightly confused about concurrent receipt. My paperwork has been sent off for adjucation as I got the letter today. It's been less than 60 days so far from sending my application in. It seems very fast. My situation is this I was dishcharged at 10%...
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    Pdbr? Is it worth it?

    If you don't mind me asking. Do you receive retirement pay as well as your veterans benefits? Or does the va cancel out the retirement?
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    Pdbr? Is it worth it?

    So with my current va rating I get free health and dental from the va. I'm afraid if I do apply and get a higher rating that I will somehow end up owing money because I have been getting full benefits since 2004. I keep seeing people say that they have gotten pay cuts because of the retirement pay.
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    Pdbr? Is it worth it?

    Hi. I recently recieved a certified letter from the pdbr. I have never heard of it until then. I was dishcharged back in 04 with a 10% rating for many mental health issues. They have me a check for a few thousand and a pat on the back and said see ya later. A couple months after discharge...
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