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What does VA stand for?

VA stands for Veterans Affairs

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  • Military and Government

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County Directors of Veterans Affairs are accredited veterans service officers that provide veterans and their dependents assistance to identify and help determine eligibility for a wide range of veterans benefits, assist in the preparation of applications for county, state and federal veteran's benefits and programs such as: the payment of burial allowances; ensuring grave markers and headstones are properly requested and placed; direct application for state programs like the Disabled Veterans Real Estate Tax Exemption Program, Veterans Emergency Assistance, Blind and Paralyzed Veterans Pensions and the Education Gratuity Program; and federal health care benefits, service connected disability and non-service connected disability pensions, and survivor benefits.
District Judge Reggie Walton in Washington turned down a claim from two veterans groups that think the Veterans Affairs Department drags its feet when it comes to processing disability claims.
WASHINGTON -- The House Veterans' Affairs Subcommittee on Economic Opportunity approved the VA Vision Scholars Act of 2007, which would allow the Department of Veterans Affairs to use whatever money it has available to pay for scholarships for students seeking degrees in visual impairment, orientation and mobility.
Hass says these partnerships and alliances have led to the development of a second-to-none telecommunications network in Kirkland Lake that has spurred new economic development opportunities such as the Veterans Affairs Canada call centre.
One likely result of the test, according to a consultant analyst for the American Legion, is that the Department of Veterans Affairs will stop the rapid conversion of VA hospital beds into long-term care beds.
WASHINGTON -- Building upon a 66-year partnership with the states, the Department of Veterans Affairs has signed a formal agreement with the National Association of State Directors of Veterans Affairs (NASDVA) to enhance their relationship.
County Directors of Veterans Affairs are accredited veterans service officers that provide veterans and their dependents assistance to identify and help determine eligibility for a wide range of veterans benefits, assist in the preparation of applications for county, state and federal veteran's benefits and programs such as: the payment of burial allowances; ensuring grave markers and headstones are properly requested and placed; direct application for state programs like the Disabled Veterans Real Estate Tax Exemption Program, Veterans Emergency Assistance, Blind and Paralyzed Veterans Pensions and the Education Gratuity Program; and federal health care benefits, service connected disability and non-service connected disability pensions, and survivor benefits.