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I am a veteran with a dogs for my business
Do I qualify for the GI Bill?
Yes. This is an exclusive GI Bill program for veterans enrolled in the Military, Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) and Veterans Health Administration. The program encourages those who serve to invest in the health, safety and security of their community as well as the country.
How can I apply if I am not a U.S. citizen and am eligible to apply?
If you are not a U.S. citizen, you can only apply for the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) GI Bill through a veteran or spouse through the VA’s GI Education Programs. Veterans must complete an application in person at an American Legion Post located in your region. Please visit www.veepost.vee.mil/apply-online/ for more information. VHA will not accept applications through mail.
I was discharged from the Armed Forces as a result of a mental illness and am interested in applying for benefits. What should I do?
Veterans will be required to take physical examination prior to filing an application for disability benefits with the VA. This is especially important when a former service member is applying for benefits because you are eligible for the same benefits offered to veterans of prior conflicts. There is a 10-year waiting period between when the veteran left active duty and the day the application is submitted to the VA, but the wait is being eliminated. For more information, visit www.veepost.vee.mil. If you are eligible to file an application, please visit http://www.theveteransassessment.com. In addition to the 10-year wait, you will have one additional year to file a second application after you successfully passed the physical exam and are ready to begin benefits application.
Some veterans will require extensive medical and psychiatric evaluations and will have a difficult time filling out an application. What can I look out for?
Veterans who are eligible to receive benefits are required to undergo a medical examination that includes a thorough physical exam. VA will not process applications until a completed application is available. If you are unable to complete the physical exam prior to you file your application, or if you are an applicant who requires further medical evaluation, VA will provide you with an appointment to provide the completed
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