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Applying For Benefits

Board of Veterans' Appeals (BVA) Video Hearings

Considering an optional BVA hearing? Minimize travel and maximize convenience with a live Video Hearing before a Board of Veterans' Appeals (BVA) Veterans Law Judge. Now there are more than 65 VA Regional facilities that use state-of-the-art audio/visual equipment to host live Video Hearings between you (and your representative, if you have one) and a Veterans Law Judge in Washington, D.C. Best of all, statistics show that Video Hearings have the same grant rate as in-person hearings. Note: All Board hearings are entirely optional and are not required to adjudicate your appeal.

Source: Department of Veterans Affairs

Clothing Allowance

To apply for clothing allowance, download and complete VA Form 10-8678, Application for Annual Clothing Allowance. The form can be submitted according to the directions provided on it.

Source: Department of Veterans Affairs


Find information on DEERS and how service members can update their information.

Source: Department of Defense

DMDC (Defense Manpower Data Center)

Find various DoD personnel services.

Source: Defense Manpower Data Center

Department of Defense Forms

An inventory of Department of Defense forms and forms sites.

Source: Department of Defense

Directory of Veterans Service Organizations

Find information on accredited VSOs and organizations chartered by Congress.

Source: Department of Veterans Affairs

Disability Benefits Questionnaires

These questionnaires provide details of the claimed condition and are used to evaluate the severity of the condition. They are intended to be completed by your physician, and will take approximately 15 minutes to complete online. You may also download the questionnaire for your physician who can then mail or fax the completed form to VA.

Source: Department of Veterans Affairs

Federal Benefits for Veterans, Dependents and Survivors

Find information on VA health care, pensions, education and training, insurance and other benefits for Veterans, dependents, and survivors.

Source: Department of Veterans Affairs

Help Filing Claims

Veterans service organizations (VSOs) that can help you file an application for benefits or appeal a decision on your claim.

Source: National Resource Directory (NRD)

IRIS: Ask a Question

Request the status of your benefits application on-line.

Source: Department of Veterans Affairs

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