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Hi, I hope I posted in the correct forum. I have three 10% ratings with VA math is a 27.1% rating. My compensation pay is 30%. Am I entitled to travel pay; at my VA clinic they say you need a full 30% rating to recevie travel pay.



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Who is eligible for travel?

Veterans rated 30% or more SC for travel relating to any condition

Veterans rated less than 30% for travel relating to their SC condition

Veterans receiving VA pension benefits for all conditions

Veterans with annual income below the maximum applicable annual rate of pension for all conditions

Veterans who can present clear evidence that they are unable to defray the cost of travel

Veterans traveling in relation to a Compensation and Pension (C&P) Examination

Certain veterans in certain emergency situations

Certain non-veterans when related to care of a veteran (attendants & donors)

Beneficiaries of other Federal Agencies (when authorized by that agency)

Allied Beneficiaries (when authorized by appropriate foreign government agency)

Found on http://www4.va.gov/h...AQ.asp#eligible

P. S. VA combines all ratings and you are 30% not 27.1

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From what I have heard, each region/site may have somewhat different rules.

At my VAMC, they will only pay travel if you live outside the Birmingham city limits. Here they also take a deductible from your travel pay, but after three visits in the same calendar month, they no longer take the deductible.

The local VA VocRehab follows a different set of rules and only pays if you live 25 or more miles from their location.

Contact the travel department at your local VAMC and find out if they have any special restrictions.

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yes. The rule reads at least 30% or travel for SC conditions.

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