- 1 Can you be active duty and receive VA disability?
- 2 Do Marines get VA benefits?
- 3 Will I lose my VA disability if I get a federal job?
- 4 Do I have to disclose my VA disability?
- 5 What is the VA 5 year rule?
- 6 Are VA disability payments for life?
- 7 Do Marines get paid for life?
- 8 How many years can you do in the Marines?
- 9 Can you retire from the Marines after 4 years?
- 10 What is the VA 10 year rule?
- 11 What happens when you get 100% VA disability?
- 12 Can I lose my 100 percent VA disability?
- 13 Do I have to tell my employer I’m a disabled veteran?
- 14 Can the VA take away permanent and total disability?
- 15 Can employers see my VA disability?
Can you be active duty and receive VA disability?
Provided you have been medically cleared to serve, simply having a VA disability rating isn’t enough to prohibit you from serving on active duty. However, federal law prohibits members from receiving military compensation and VA disability compensation for the same day of service.
Do Marines get VA benefits?
Marine veterans are eligible for many different types of VA benefits, including disability compensation, health care, pensions, and burial. Disability benefits are paid to Marines who were injured or became ill during active military service. The VA will also help pay for a veteran’s burial and funeral expenses.
Will I lose my VA disability if I get a federal job?
If you are working and receive service-connected compensation, you will not be penalized by the VA. Working veterans will only run into problems with the VA if they are receiving TDIU and their work is considered to be substantially gainful.
Do I have to disclose my VA disability?
Do I have to disclose an injury or illness that is not obvious during an interview or indicate on a job application that I have a disability? No. The ADA does not require you to disclose that you have any medical condition on a job application or during an interview.
What is the VA 5 year rule?
The VA disability 5-year rule says that a Veteran cannot have their rating reduced if their condition has not improved in the first 5 years after they received their initial rating for the condition.
Are VA disability payments for life?
VA disability is usually not for life. With this designation, you’ll receive VA disability benefits for life (absent a finding of fraud). VA reserves permanent and total disability for the most extreme situations. Most VA disability recipients can expect periodic reexaminations.
Do Marines get paid for life?
The way it works in the Marines is like this: You serve on active duty for 20 years, and if you decide to retire on the day after 20 years, you will receive a monthly check for the rest of your life. Obviously the pay is contingent on a wide variety of factors, including: Exactly how long you served.
How many years can you do in the Marines?
The Marine Corps plays a major role as the first force on the ground in most conflicts. Today, Marines are stationed around the world at all times, ready to deploy quickly whenever and wherever needed. Total service commitment ranges from four to six years.
Can you retire from the Marines after 4 years?
Retirement age for the Marine Corps is generally after 20 years of service. If you serve for more than 20 years, you’ll get 2.75 percent more in benefits for each year of additional service, as of 2012. Some Marines are eligible for early retirement.
What is the VA 10 year rule?
The VA can’t reduce your disability if it has been paid for five years unless the condition has improved and is shown to remain so. A similar rule, the “10-Year Rule” says a condition cannot be reduced after being compensated for a full decade unless there is medical evidence of improvement of the condition.
What happens when you get 100% VA disability?
If a veteran has a schedular 100% disability rating for one or more service-connected conditions, they are fully entitled to continue working.
Can I lose my 100 percent VA disability?
You have a total disability rating (100%). VA can reevaluate and reduce a total rating if there is evidence of material improvement in your condition. VA cannot reevaluate or reduce a continuous rating below the original level it was assigned.
Do I have to tell my employer I’m a disabled veteran?
If you’re an employee with a disability, trust can be a huge issue. You need to disclose that disability to your employer so it can evaluate your request. Any medical information about you should be kept separate from your personnel file and kept confidential.
Can the VA take away permanent and total disability?
Permanent and Total Disability If VA rates you as permanently and totally disabled, your disability rating should not be reduced. Permanent and Total Disability means your service-connected condition is 100 percent disabling with no chance of improving.
Can employers see my VA disability?
Can an employer ask me about my service-related disability during a job interview? No. An employer is only permitted to ask you if you can perform the job duties with or without accommodation. Even if you have an obvious disability, the employer is not allowed to ask questions about how or when you were hurt.