The Board of Veterans Appeals (BVA) may approve, deny, or remand your VA disability appeal. If your VA disability appeal is remanded, it will be sent back to the VA Regional Office (VARO). Your claim will get further development or reconsideration once back at the VARO. BVA remanded decisions occur because the BVA has ordered the VARO to get updated or additional evidence to issue a new decision. A BVA remand can add time to your claim, but that is not necessarily a bad thing.
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