Hello, I currently have a case pending with the BCNR and it’s been sitting there for atleast a little over 1 year now. I recently got an Advisory Opinion and I just respond and submitted a rebuttal with some more evidence for my case. What I’m really asking is does a congressional inquiry actually speed up the process? I’m not expecting it to speed up the process faster than the speed of light but will it at least shorten the time to a more favorable extent? Almost everyone I know whose done this BCNR/BCMR has said that this helped them get a response and decision from the board much more expeditiously. What do people on here have to say?