What happens when you receive a VA denial because the VA looses paperwork?
The VA will deny a claim if they do not receive the primary application forms, or information, after they have requested them. However, this is a temporary denial. When the VA receives the application forms or information, they will re-open the claim. Consequently, it’s important to have a record of mail receipt i.e. certified mail return receipt, UPS or Fed Ex.
Therefore, if you have the receipt, you can prove the VA lost the paperwork on their end. Accordingly, re-send the VA another copy of everything with a statement in support of claim form requesting that the VA continue processing the claim affective from the date on your receipt confirmation. Additionally, send a copy of the receipt confirmation.
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