Rules of Practice and Procedure effective September 15, 2011 - page 16

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by accessing the case docket on the Court's website at
.
Notice of Appeal or petition for extraordinary relief
.
A Notice of Appeal or petition for extraordinary relief may be
submitted by mail, personal delivery or other delivery service,
or fax, or as an attachment to an email, as designated in
subsection (b).
(1)
Document submission and filing by representatives
and amici curiae required to use CM/ECF
. Subject to the
exceptions in Rules 25(a) (Document Submission and Filing)
and 25(b) (Method and Timeliness) for a Notice of Appeal or
petition for extraordinary relief, and for a notice of appearance,
fee agreement, or declaration of financial hardship emailed
concurrently with the Notice of Appeal or petition for
extraordinary relief, all submissions by a representative or
amicus curiae shall be submitted through the CM/ECF system.
See
Rule 1(c) (CM/ECF/Non-CM/ECF Electronic Filing) and
see generally
E-Rules.
(2)
Document submission and filing by self-represented
parties and others exempt from using CM/ECF
. All
submissions by self-represented parties and others exempted by
the Court from using CM/ECF may be submitted by mail,
personal delivery or other delivery service, or fax, or as an
attachment to an email to the Clerk.
See
Rule 25(b) (Method
and Timeliness).
(b) Method and Timeliness.
(1)
Mail, personal delivery, or other delivery service
.
Submissions by mail, personal delivery, or other delivery
service shall be mailed or delivered to the Clerk of the Court,
U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, 625 Indiana
Avenue, NW, Suite 900, Washington, DC 20004-2950.
(A) Submissions through the U.S. Postal Service
shall be deemed received by the Clerk as of the date of
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