Checklist for Texas A&M International University
1.) Apply and be accepted to the University.
3.) Present Veteran’s discharge documents to the VA Coordinator (Located in ZSC 121K).
4.) Complete the "Request for Veteran Certification" form at the Veterans Affairs Office.
Submission to certify your attendance at Texas A&M International University
The transferability option under the Post-9/11 GI Bill allows Service members to transfer all or some unused benefits to their spouse or dependent children. The Department of Defense (DoD) determines whether or not you can transfer benefits to your family. Once the DoD approves benefits for transfer, the new beneficiaries apply for them at the Department of Veterans Affairs. To find out more, visit the DoDs website or apply now.
Eligible Service members may transfer all 36 months or the portion of unused Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits (unless DoD or the Department of Homeland Security has limited the number of transferable months). If you're eligible, you may transfer benefits to the following individuals:
Benefits and Eligibility
Family members must be enrolled in the Defense Eligibility Enrollment Reporting System (DEERS) and be eligible for benefits at the time of transfer to receive transferred benefits.
The option to transfer is open to any member of the armed forces active duty or Selected Reserve, officer or enlisted who is eligible for the Post-9/11 GI Bill, and meets the following criteria:
Upon approval, family members may apply to use transferred benefits with VA by printing, completing, and mailing the VA Form 22-1990e to your nearest VA regional office of applying online. VA Form 22-1990e should only be completed and submitted to VA by the family member after DoD has approved the request for Transfer of Education Benefits. Do not use VA Form 22-1990e to apply for Transfer of Education Benefits.
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