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We Closed the Notice for Request 1

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Logged into eBenefits today, and my (migraine/headache) claim went from Preparation For Decision (PFD) back to Gathering of Evidence (GOE). The estimated completion dates have been moved back to another 4 to 6 months again! The message states, “We closed the notice for Request 1,” which was a C&P exam. It states the development letter sent.
 
The previous post says this means and C&P exam has been scheduled, while another vet posted this means a C&P is not needed bc I have enough evidence. Any feedback?
 
Member GBArmy replies
We closed request # (x) only means that the VA reviewer saw that some action has to be done, and put in a “request” to get it going. For example, request a C&P exam be initiated. Once the “request”, not the actual physical, is inputed to say request VES do a C&P, that “request” is closed. It really doesn’t mean anything to you,

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