1. Asif says:

    Voc vem crescendo dia ap s dia. Seu eitlso est vigoroso, digo de um profissional que busca arealiza o. Meus parab ns, siga firme voc tem um longo caminho a percorrer.

  2. Ikky says:

    BMR hit it on the head. You don’t get education befenits just because you want them. You do have to show why your current disability is preventing you from working in your current field, or why it’s preventing you from working in the field you are trained in. When you take the assesment tests, they are designed to find out what your interest are in. Then they are going to ask you what you feel you would like to do. If you say you don’t know, or you just want to go to college, well, you aren’t going to qualify. If you tell them that you want to major in a specific program, be ready to tell them how and where you are going to be able to apply that program. If you can show there is going to be a market for that program, you have a much better chance. If it’s a field where there isn’t really any jobs out there, especially in your area, chances are, they aren’t going to pay for you to go to school for that career. I mean, if you want to be an auto mechanic (nothing wrong with that), but the demographics show that your area is swamped with them, and none of them are working, no, they aren’t going to send you to school for that. So when you go in, have a plan. Have an idea of what you want to do.For those of us that are 100% total and perm, there is a reason that we are 100% total and perm. Somewhere along the line, we have shown and/0r told them something that have made them determine that we are no longer capable of working. So yes, if you were to work another job, you are at risk of losing your 100%. If you want to work, go in and tell them that you are capable of working, and that you don’t want the $2000+ tax free dollars you are receiving right now, and that you want that cut down so you can go out and work. If you aren’t that bad that you don’t need the 100%, don’t take it. There are other people out there that do need it, and are fighting to get it, but funding is so tight, it’s hard for them to get it.So in short, go in prepared. It’s not an easy thing to just get educational befenits because you want them. Their budgets are smaller than anyone elses in the VA system. I also believe that you have to inquire about it within 10 years of you getting out.Oh, and no, I don’t work for an office, i just went through the process. And yes, you do have to keep them informed. If you buy something at a book store, for me at least, the paid for it, but, you don’t turn in a receipt, they don’t reimburse you for it. At that time, if it was school related, and you could show that it was REQUIRED, they reimbursed you for it. Books and tuition were paid to the school, but i had to go through the VA office at the school to make sure they had all the paperwork, just like someone using their GI Bill or anything else.So stick to it.

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