Total and Permanent Chapter 35 Benefits Eligibility

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➡️Suppose you are a disabled Veteran, and the VA has determined you are 100% rated, and your disability is unlikely to improve. In that case, you may see on your rating decision letter that you were provide eligibility for dependents’ educational assistance or chapter 35 benefits. This eligibility states that your children and spouse will be eligible for a monthly check to support them while enrolled in higher education. Tune in to hear more about total and permanent chapter 35 benefits eligibility.