The eligibility requirements for Veterans' Administration, or VA, benefits include having prior service in the armed forces and receiving a non-dishonorable discharge or release, states the VA. Current and prior members ... More »

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Use a Veterans Administration benefits eligibility chart by finding your service status, service period, the dates associated with that period and the minimum amount of active duty service necessary for benefit eligibili... More »

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The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs offers eligible veterans prescription benefits as part of its role in providing comprehensive medical care to veterans, explains Benefits.gov. Veterans with service-related conditi... More »

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Use a Veterans Administration benefits eligibility chart by finding your service status, service period, the dates associated with that period and the minimum amount of active duty service necessary for benefit eligibili... More »

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Veterans who receive VA compensation for a disability incurred during service and surviving spouses of veterans who die during service are exempt from the VA funding fee. This includes disabled veterans who receive retir... More »

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Veterans qualify for VA disability benefits if they have a disability that they incurred or aggravated during military training or service, reports the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. To receive benefits, they must ... More »

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Veterans contact Veteran's Health Administration advocates at their local Veteran's Administration clinic or medical center. All veterans receiving care at one of these facilities qualify for advocates to address their c... More »

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