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  • HadIt.com Elder

"As a son or daughter (including stepchild or adopted child),
as long as you have entitlement left, you can generally
receive benefits
under this program from age 18 to 26
(eight years).
However, in certain instances, you can begin before age
18 and continue after age 26. In some instances, you can
choose among possible beginning dates."

http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/docs/pamphlets/ch35_pamphlet_2.pdf

Does your nephew have any military service time? If so they add that time to the limiting age requirement.

I think I mentioned how that goes, and more, at the radio show we did on August 28th on Chapter 35, the link is to the right of the forums.

Just click on the blue link and your PC should bring up the show audio right away. Also I posted in Claims Research Forum some links that can help.

I am assuming you are 100% and P & T and that P & T is what makes your dependents eligible.
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  • HadIt.com Elder

Yeah....Good point .....I sure think you might be right PR.

He might well be eligible for a Pell Grant. There is plenty of Financial aid out there and every college has a Financial aid section on their web sites.

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