Service in the military with separation under any condition other than dishonorable discharge is the basic standard for receiving VA benefits. Reserve and National Guard members who were called to active duty may also be... 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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To qualify for benefits at the Dallas VA hospital, veterans must have served in active duty for the full time their branch called them to service or for a minimum of 24 months. To determine eligibility, the veteran compl... More »

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An individual who engaged in active military duty and released under a condition apart from a dishonorable discharge is entitled to the United States Department of Veteran Affairs, or VA, health-related benefits. Enliste... More »

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If there was no dishonorable discharge and the injury or condition was service related or military service made the injury or condition worse then veterans' disability is an option. It is worth noting that disability can... More »

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To obtain SSI Disability Benefits, applicants must provide a birth certificate or other proof of birth, proof of U.S. citizenship, any military discharge documentation, tax return information for the prior year, and any ... More »

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Proof of qualification for disability benefits include a birth certificate, proof of U.S. citizenship or lawful alien status if not born in the United States, and military discharge papers, explains the Social Security A... More »

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