Form PWD741 "Veteran's Preference Survey" - Texas

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Veteran’s Preference Survey
Senate Bill 646, 74th Legislature, Regular Session, Section 657.002 requires State agencies to give veterans preference in
employment and retention. The following are entitled to veteran’s employment preference:
a)
A veteran qualifies for a veteran’s employment preference if the veteran (1) served in the military for not less than 90
consecutive days during a national emergency declared in accordance with federal law (from 1933 to present), or served
less than 90 consecutive days and was discharged from military service for an established service connected disability; (2)
was honorably discharged from military service; and (3) is competent.
b)
A veteran’s surviving spouse who has not remarried qualifies for a veteran’s employment preference if (1) the veteran was
killed while on active duty; (2) the veteran served in the military for not less than 90 consecutive days during a national
emergency declared in accordance with federal law (from 1933 to present); and (3) the spouse is competent.
c)
A veteran’s orphan qualifies for a veteran’s employment preference if (1) the veteran was killed while on active duty; (2) the
veteran served in the military for not less than 90 consecutive days during a national emergency declared in accordance with
federal law (from 1933 to present); and (3) the orphan is competent.
In this section, “veteran” means an individual who served in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard of the
United States or in an auxiliary service of one of those branches of the armed forces.
Auxiliary services were the women’s units (WAF, WAC, WM, and WAV).
Your Veteran Information
Yes
No
Based on the above definitions, are you entitled to veteran’s preference?
Veteran?
Yes
No
DD Form 214 Provided?
Yes
No
Surviving spouse of a veteran?
Yes
No
Marriage Certificate and DD Form 1300
Yes
No
or appropriate documentation provided?
Orphan of a veteran?
Yes
No
Birth Certificate and DD Form 1300
Yes
No
or appropriate documentation provided?
Branch of service:
Dates of service: From
to
Are you a veteran other than described above?
Yes
No
Branch of service:
Dates of service: From
to
If you believe that you are entitled to veteran’s preference as a veteran, veteran’s surviving spouse, or orphan of a veteran, you
must complete this Veteran’s Preference Form. Documentation such as a DD Form 214 will be required to substantiate status
as a veteran. Surviving spouses and orphans of veterans can use a DD Form 1300, set of orders (death), or other official
Department of Defense documentation outlining periods of service and circumstances of death. Documentation must be
attached before a veteran’s preference can be granted.
Name (print or type)
Signature
Social Security Number
Date
ERR office use only
Veteran’s Preference Codes
Service dates: From
to
Veteran
Widow(er)
Orphan
Unknown
No
Yes
Forms examined by
(initials)
PWD 741 – H0800 (10/98)
Veteran’s Preference Survey
Senate Bill 646, 74th Legislature, Regular Session, Section 657.002 requires State agencies to give veterans preference in
employment and retention. The following are entitled to veteran’s employment preference:
a)
A veteran qualifies for a veteran’s employment preference if the veteran (1) served in the military for not less than 90
consecutive days during a national emergency declared in accordance with federal law (from 1933 to present), or served
less than 90 consecutive days and was discharged from military service for an established service connected disability; (2)
was honorably discharged from military service; and (3) is competent.
b)
A veteran’s surviving spouse who has not remarried qualifies for a veteran’s employment preference if (1) the veteran was
killed while on active duty; (2) the veteran served in the military for not less than 90 consecutive days during a national
emergency declared in accordance with federal law (from 1933 to present); and (3) the spouse is competent.
c)
A veteran’s orphan qualifies for a veteran’s employment preference if (1) the veteran was killed while on active duty; (2) the
veteran served in the military for not less than 90 consecutive days during a national emergency declared in accordance with
federal law (from 1933 to present); and (3) the orphan is competent.
In this section, “veteran” means an individual who served in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard of the
United States or in an auxiliary service of one of those branches of the armed forces.
Auxiliary services were the women’s units (WAF, WAC, WM, and WAV).
Your Veteran Information
Yes
No
Based on the above definitions, are you entitled to veteran’s preference?
Veteran?
Yes
No
DD Form 214 Provided?
Yes
No
Surviving spouse of a veteran?
Yes
No
Marriage Certificate and DD Form 1300
Yes
No
or appropriate documentation provided?
Orphan of a veteran?
Yes
No
Birth Certificate and DD Form 1300
Yes
No
or appropriate documentation provided?
Branch of service:
Dates of service: From
to
Are you a veteran other than described above?
Yes
No
Branch of service:
Dates of service: From
to
If you believe that you are entitled to veteran’s preference as a veteran, veteran’s surviving spouse, or orphan of a veteran, you
must complete this Veteran’s Preference Form. Documentation such as a DD Form 214 will be required to substantiate status
as a veteran. Surviving spouses and orphans of veterans can use a DD Form 1300, set of orders (death), or other official
Department of Defense documentation outlining periods of service and circumstances of death. Documentation must be
attached before a veteran’s preference can be granted.
Name (print or type)
Signature
Social Security Number
Date
ERR office use only
Veteran’s Preference Codes
Service dates: From
to
Veteran
Widow(er)
Orphan
Unknown
No
Yes
Forms examined by
(initials)
PWD 741 – H0800 (10/98)