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Sarah De Leon Veterans Affairs Liaison
Veterans can use on the job training for VA education benefits. The Veteran can decide if they want to use the benefit or not. When you receive your Certificate of Eligibility it will indicate which GI education benefit you qualify for and how long you have to use it.
Individuals who served on active duty after 09/11/01 will be eligible for the Post-9/11 GI Bill if the individual: Served for an aggregate period of at least 90 days. Served at least 30 continuous days and received a disability discharge. Individuals are eligible for 15 years from the date of discharge or release from active duty of at least 90 continuous days.
Individuals who contributed $100 a month for first 12 months of enlistment Completed a minimum service requirement. Individuals are eligible for 10 years from the date of discharge.
For selected reserve (MGIB-SR) – For all reservists whom have never been called to active duty under title 10 or 32 Requires a 6 year obligation to serve in the selected reserve. Includes: army, national, marine, naval, air force, and coast guard.
Reservists who have been called to active duty. Have a 6 year obligation in the Selected Reserve. Individuals are eligible up until their date of discharge from Select Reserve.
In order to enroll the Veteran must: Apply online using the VONAPP (use example in packet as a guide) It takes 3-4 weeks to receive Submit complete packets to Unit Manager or Regional Coordinator include: copy of DD 214 Certificate of Eligibility Complete VA & 1999 Work Process hours Contact Information
Enrollment packets are forwarded to the VA Liaison. VA Liaison will review and send to Department of Veterans Affairs for processing. You will be notified by once this has been done. Packets typically take business days to process, but can take longer depending on VA workload.
Each month the Veteran accrues hours towards the Apprenticeship program, theyre eligible to receive benefits from the VA. Once fully enrolled in the program the Veteran will receive a VA d-1 in the mail, this is used to certify hours for payment. If you do not receive one, contact your VA Liaison. Monthly WPH must be signed by Vet, immediate supervisor and Unit Manager/Regional Coordinator. Hours will not be submitted without all three signatures.
The Veteran will submit the VA d-1 along with WPH to the Unit Manager or Regional Coordinator which will be forwarded to the VA Liaison. The Veteran Liaison will process the monthly hours and will forward to the VA. You will be notified by once this has been done.
Here is an example of the VA d- 1. The Veteran will receive this monthly from the VA in the mail.
The Program is approved for 3,000 hours Count previous credit Monthly work process hours accrued
If your mailing address, or phone number changes Payment status Laid off and returning to work
Can I get back payment for previous hours? What if I dont work a full month? What is the BAH rate based on for Post 9/11? What happens if I get laid off for the winter? What if I do not get the VA d-1 in the mail can I still receive payment for that month? I didnt receive as much money as I thought I was going to? Its been 120 days and I still havent been paid?