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The VA Evidence Intake Center is a massive place in Janesville, Wisconsin. They handle millions of pieces of mail every day. They are responsible for scanning and uploading your appeal evidence into their system and sending it to the VA regional office, which has your claims file.
They get millions of pieces of mail and don’t have time to look at it very closely. They scan it in, decide what is, and then label it in the system. Whether it be treatment notes from your doctor, a statement from you, ex.
That’s what the VA claims intake center is. They accept the evidence for any appeal, which is now a decision review request. If you send appeal evidence in, you have to send it to the VA evidence intake center, either via fax, mail, or in-person at your regional office.