Department of Veterans Affairs Forms
VA forms issued by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs play a crucial role in transitioning into civilian life after military service. Whether it's accessing VA benefits, applying for the Veterans Identification Card (VIC), amending military records or post-service employment, Veterans Administration forms are an essential part of a retiree’s paperwork.
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United States Department of Veterans Affairs
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is one of the fifteen federal executive departments of the United States and governs what is known to be the most comprehensive system of Veterans assistance in the world. The Department was established in 1930 as an exclusively Veteran-focused organization and became a cabinet-level agency in 1989.
The main function of the VA is to support Veterans after their retirement from military duty. Several primary goals include providing benefit and support and preventing Veterans’ homelessness and unemployment. The Department is lead by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs appointed by the president and confirmed by the U.S. Senate and has three sub-administrations within its structure:
- The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) is responsible for biomedical research and providing various healthcare to retired military personnel.
- The Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) provides a variety of services including pensions, disability compensation, home loans, insurance as well as educational, burial and compensation benefits.
- The National Cemetery Administration provides burial benefits, memorial services, and maintains VA cemeteries.
You can contact the Department of Veterans Affairs through their toll-free White House VA Hotline at 1-855-948-2311 or by calling the Vets.gov Help Desk service at 1-855-574-7286. The main headquarters of the VA is located at 810 Vermont Avenue NW., Washington, D.C. 20420.
This form is used when a veteran wants to give the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) permission to release their personal information to a third party.
This form is used to verify availability or use of Government quarters and/or Government mess facilities to determine the traveler's per diem entitlement for payment and reimbursement for travel and transportation expenses incurred in an official travel status.
VA Form 21-0779 Request for Nursing Home Information in Connection With Claim for Aid and Attendance
This form is used to put the level of care required by a claimant on their record kept by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). This form is used only for certain non-service-connected pension claims.