Episode 64: New VA Forms to Replace Form 21-4138 – Statement in Support of Claim
VA Form 21-4138, or the Statement in Support of Claim form, is a VA form that veterans, their families, friends, or former service members can use to provide information to corroborate a claim for VA benefits. Until recently, VA Form 21-4138, Statement in Support of Claim was the only form veterans could use to submit a variety of statements or make certain requests. To address the gap in forms, VBA has created five new forms to be used in lieu of VA Form 21-4138. Join the CCK team as we discuss how these new forms will be tailored to specific requests, will make it easier for veterans to communicate with VA, and will help VA to expedite the claims process.
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- How to File a VA Claim for Secondary Service Connection
- VA Disability Benefits Appeals Reform: the New Claim Stream
- Statement in Support of Claim for VA Benefits
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- What is a Supplemental Statement of the Case (SSOC)?
- How to File a Claim for Agent Orange Exposure?
- Is Having Your TDIU Claim Deferred Bad News?
- What is a VA Form 9?
- How to Win Your VA Claim – Video
- New VA Forms Replacing Statement in Support of Claim: 21-4138
- Top 8 Disability Claim & Appeal Tips
- 7 Most Important VA Forms (and How to Use Them)
- How and When to Appeal Your VA Claim Decision
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