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FAQ

How long does an appeal to the VA take?
It depends on many, many, factors. I wish I could give a straight answer, but perhaps I can give some insight into how the VA appeals process works.Here's the thing, once your claim is filed and denied and you decide to appeal it there are many stages that it must go through until finalization.First, you must decide if you would like a traditional review or Decision Review Officer (DRO) review. A traditional review is selected by default if you don't elect anything. A traditional review means that all evidence previously provided will be reviewed for errors, however, A previous decision can not be reversed merely by a review of evidence on record if there was no error in the original ruling. A DRO review will allow for new evidence to be submitted by the claimant in order to provide a new decision. I tell you this because it takes a lot of time. It can take days and days for just one record to be reviewed completely and accurately. It's a process that cannot be rushed. Now, imagine that each office has thousands of appeals pending at any given time. It is difficult for us to open just one appeal and decide how long it will take, now we're talking about estimating how long it will take given the thousands of appeals pending (can you see how it is difficult to estimate how long it will take?). Typically this process takes 1-2 years, however. If your appeal is not granted at this stage, then you'll have to file a form 9 to continue your appeal to the Board of Veterans Appeals (BVA) in Washington, DC. This is when the process becomes really time consuming. The appeal may either be denied or approved by BVA or sent back to the regional office for additional development of evidence. There's no way to tell how long this process will take, but it's typically 3-5 years based on current backlog. If your appeal is denied by BVA, it can again be appealed to the Court of Veterans Appeals (COVA). This is typically the last station for your appeal. Your appeal may either be granted, denied, or sent back to the regional office for further development for evidence. I've seen this process take 5-7 years and up to 20 years.
How long does a VA claim take to process, on average now?
The VA Claim Process after You File Your ClaimThe VA Claim Process after You File Your ClaimFind out what happens to your claim after you file for disability compensation.How long does it take VA to make a decision?125.7 days Average number of days to complete disability-related claims in February 2019The amount of time it takes to review your claim depends on:The type of claim you filedHow many injuries or disabilities you claimed and how complex they areHow long it takes us to collect the evidence needed to decide your claimWhat should I do while I wait?You don’t need to do anything unless we send you a letter asking for more information. If we schedule any exams for you, be sure not to miss them. You can check the status of your claim online. The time frame you see there may vary based on how complex your claim is.Track the Status of Your ClaimWhat happens after I file a claim?Claim ReceivedWe’ll let you know when we receive your disability claim.If you file your disability claim on eBenefits, you’ll see a notice from us in your claims list within about 1 hour of applying.If you file online for increased disability compensation, you’ll get an on-screen message from us after you submit the form. If you mail your application, we’ll send you a letter to let you know we have your claim. You should get this letter about 1 week, plus mailing time, after we receive your claim.Initial ReviewA Veterans Service Representative (VSR) will review your claim. It’ll move to step 3 if we don’t need any more evidence to support it.Evidence Gathering, Review, and DecisionDuring this step, the VSR will do 3 things:Ask for evidence from you, health care providers, governmental agencies, or othersReview the evidenceMake a decisionIf we need more evidence during the review, your claim may return to this step more than once.Preparation for NotificationWe’ll get your entire claim decision packet ready to be mailed.Claim CompleteWe’ll send you a packet by U.S. mail that includes details of the decision on your claim. Please allow 7 to 10 business days for your packet to arrive before contacting a VA call center.What should I do if I disagree with your decision on my claim?If you disagree with our decision, you can appeal it.If you received your decision before February 19, 2019, you can start the appeals process by filing a Notice of Disagreement. Learn how to appeal your decision.If you received your decision after February 19, 2019, you’ll need to follow our new process for getting your decision reviewed. Learn how to get your decision reviewed.
How can I effectively teach reading in Spanish?
Spend a fair amount of time - much more than is usual - teaching and having your kids practice the basic sounds of spanish. Have them learn at the syllable level, then at the word level. Once they can pronounce words correctly, without the American accent, then have them practice reading newspaper and kids books. In other words don't have them practice reading badly, have them practice reading with a good accent.From there, it also really matters how well they have the irregular verbs in all the tenses.......This isn’t an exaustive list. You could certainly do vowel consonants to do things like ab, eb, ib ob ub, etc. But for the most part, students can practice and over learn the syllables by making a card for each of these, and then playing the game of if you know it you keep the card. You can do this in groups using one kid who knows the syllables or the teacher showing and giving out the cards. Whoever gets the most cards is el rey for the day.How to play el rey for the day. 3–6 students sit in front of a captain or teacher. Teacher or captain shows card, giving students 10 seconds maximum to get car right. If students doesn’t, go to the next. If no students get it, it goes back into the stack to be done again.If a student correctly says the card, give student that card.When all the cards have been gone through and given out, students must count their cards, IN SPANISH, correctly. Students who have counted correctly and have the most cards is el rey (or the reina) for the day.Important things to teach and review then practice are the silent u in gue and gui, the soft ge githe silent u in que qui, and the soft ce ci. Teach as well the sounds güe and güi where the u IS pronounced.Make on three by five card for each of these sounds. One for ba, one for be, etc.Once cards are made, put them in order, cards facing front, right side up, it is a good idea to clip one corner. Once you do this, should cards be dropped they can quickly and efficiently be put back in order because of the clipped corner.So make a card for each of these individual sounds. You will need 2–3 packages of 3x5 cards and rubber bands and scissors and a sharpie to get this done.ba, be, bi, bo, bubra, bre, bri, bro, brubla ble bli blo bluca, que, qui, co cuce, ci, se, si, so, su sa,cra cre cri cro crucla cle cli clo cluda de di do dudra dre dri dro drudla dle dli dlo dlufa fe fi fo fufra fre fri fro frufla fle fli flo fluga gue gui go gugra gre gri gro grugla gle gli glo gluha he hi ho hu(Don’t do ka ke ki ko ku; the k is rarely if ever used in Spanish)ja je ji jo ju, ge, gila le li lo luma me mi mo muna ne ni no nupa pe pi po pupla ple pli plo plupra pre pri pro prura re ri ro rurra rre rri rro rruta te ti to tutla tle tli tlo tlutra tre tri tro truva ve vi vo vuwa we wi wo wuxa xe xi xo xuya ye yi yo yuza ze zi zo zuaa ae ai ao auee ea ei eo euia ie io iuoa oe oi ouua ue ui uo