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What are different types of Veterans Affairs forms?

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As of 2016, Veteran Affairs forms include the Veterans Patient Statement, Veterans Application for Compensation and/or Pension, Notice of Disagreement, Loss of Sense of Smell and/or Taste Disability Benefits Questionnaire and Cancellation of Payroll Deductions for Labor Organization Dues. These forms are on the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs website.

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The list of forms on the Veteran Affairs website includes form numbers and names, issue dates, revisions dates and number of pages within each. The forms are in PDF format, and require Adobe Reader for opening and viewing.

The Veterans Patient Statement has space to enter a patient name, account number and statement date. Larger spaces on the page are for filling out descriptions and providing amounts and billing references. The form also has a space for a credit card number. The Veterans Application for Compensation and/or Pension is a longer document containing several pages of instructions and more sections to fill out. Part I is for filling out the veteran's information, while Part II is for explaining the disabilities in question.

The Notice of Disagreement is four pages long, and provides a means for veterans to protest decisions regarding disability compensation. The Loss of Sense of Smell and/or Taste Disability Benefits Questionnaire is a two page document, while the Cancellation of Payroll Deductions for Labor Organization Dues is merely one page long.

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