Veterans Should Now Easily Upload, Submit & Track Their VA Claims Evidence Documents Online
Filing a claim online? QuickSubmit has replaced Direct Upload as the online tool to share documents with VA’s Evidence Intake Center. Veterans, service members, their family members, VA employees, and business partners will have access to the most efficient way to submit documents and evidence to VA.
Improved access to your files
QuickSubmit provides a fast and effective alternative to faxing or mailing your documents while also maintaining a record of your uploads. It uses the latest technologies and a human-centered approach to improve the user experience, simplify the submission of evidence, reduce upload errors and improve processing time. The online tool automatically transfers claim documents and information for preliminary processing.
With QuickSubmit, you are able to upload larger files (increased from 25 MB to 200 MB per file) and more of them (increased from 10 to 30 documents per submission). It also allows users to choose from multiple Sign-In partners, including:
DoD Common Access Card (CAC);
VA Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Card.
Register your account today
As a new user, you will need to register with QuickSubmit during your first sign-on attempt. This is a one-time requirement where you can select your appropriate user type: Veteran, Veteran family member, VA business partner (e.g., officer, private attorney, or agent) or VA employee. Previous Direct Upload users will also need to register the first time they access QuickSubmit.
Direct Upload will still be available as read-only until all submission records are transferred over to QuickSubmit. Currently, there is no set date for this transfer to be complete.
To apply for and manage VA benefits and services you’ve earned as a Veteran, service member, or family member, visit www.va.gov.