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carlie

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Prior to 10/1978 a vet had to have a minimum of 50 % SC to recieve X-tra pay for dependents. After 10/1978 a public law reduced this requirement to 30 % SC.

My 1st SC award had an ED of 6/1978 - SC'd at 40 %.

I've been fighting the VA over 20 years to get the dependent pay due me during the late 70's thru the mid 1980's.

I am the veteran and I am the biological mother of the child.

I have date stamped copies of the 686's I sent in, Birth Certificate, also marriage license, divorce papers etc...

Va has continuously denied me this $$ and always retalliated requesting more info.

My daughter was illegitimate and was 3 years old when I entered active duty.

Going by VA regs I feel they have totally discriminated against me and will continue this fight until they pay me her money.

Anyone out there have anymore advice ?

I feel that the main reason I continue to be denied is that on many of my Control and Award letters, VA has my sex listed as a MALE, and that is why they continue requesting additional information.

carlie

38 CFR 3.210

(B) Illegitimate child. As to the mother of an illegitimate child,

proof of birthis all that is required.

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