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How Do I File For Perm Iu After I Am Rewarded Iu?


Nyan Nyan

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Hello, I'm ready to apply for permanent IU for my conditions. I was awarded a couple months ago with 100% IU, with an appointment in 5 years. I have huge (to me) school loans from trying to go to school to get a job and need the permanent tag to help out with these.

So what forms do I need, the process, do/should I lawyer up on this part, basicly I don't have a clue as to where to go from this point and how to apply for permance.

Thank you for everyone's time in reading my issues.

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You just need to send them a letter requesting that you be made P&T. You can use the "statement in support of claim form." I suggest you look up the requirements, for P&T, to make sure you meet them, before requesting it. Just because you want your student loans waived doesn't mean you are P&T. jmo

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I do meet them. I came across the requirements while trying to figure out how to apply. So basically I can just type my letter and upload my request via ebenifits since it's a letter I write then correct? Thank you for the quick reply. I mention the loans because I don't think the perm gets me too much more since I am already medically retired from the military as well so insurance's is covered. Although that alone would help my family 10fold.

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You definitely have to be permanent bud. I just got my Student Loans discharged. I am 100% VA Temp, and SSDI Permanent. It still took a few months to get the loans discharged after I submitted the form.

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