IF you are already using medical benefits from the VA then the date you were accepted will be on a form you filled out in order to enroll in that clinic. If you haven't yet applied then you became eligible for service the moment you became a veteran.
In "some" circumstances yes...write the VA (policies change frequently).
if a man was a military policema in the army can he qualify for help with the va
My spouse was in korea in the 50ths and he curently goes to the va for medical and receives a disability payment, is there benefits for me as his widow when he dies? my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Iam wondering if I qualify for medical services?
usually you are entitled to benefits as long as you do not have a dishonorable discharge that voids your benefits
FHA doesnt offer Veteran benefits....only the VA does
Medicare is used by the VA to keep their own medical care expenses down. When a veteran eligible for medicare is under their care, the VA will bill Medicare to help ensure all veterans can be taken care of adequately. If you are eligible for medicare, apply to help the VA maintain high quality medical care for other vets.
Contact the VA (Veterans Administration) they have a program for that issue. my husband gets va disable benefits am i an my grown children intiled to benefits
medical benefits are typically medical insurance policies.
Your VA Disability check is NOT taxable. VA Disability is a compensation NOT earned income.