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I see u get a extra 240 if your kids in collage. I never received an both my kids are using ch35 benefits

What should I do an is it a 50 month process lol

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If they are using chap 35 you don't get anything extra. If they aren't but are still at home you do. 

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You can’t receive them both for the dependents each dependent receiving ch35  gets deducted as a dependent....

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Just seen it an had to ask I get it now

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If you are ever in a situation where you have another child in the wings for college that you ARE getting the extra for, make sure you tell VA as soon as their status changes, and then save that amount back every month until they stop it. Most likely you'll end up being paid for them while they are getting Chap 35, too- it takes them awhile and they are two different departments. This happened to me and my son with about 4 or 5 months of overlap. VA finally figured it out and sent me the information to pay them back.  Otherwise they will recoup it from your disability at about 10% at a time until its paid off. 

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