"Montgomery Gi Bill - Chapter 30 Checklist"

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Montgomery GI Bill – Chapter 30
If you are on Active Duty or a Veteran and applying for Montgomery GI Bill entitlements, please answer the
questions below. Please proceed to Step 3 after completing the corresponding paperwork/questions.
Question 1: Have you applied for VA education benefits in the past and have a Certificate of Eligibility from the
federal VA?
If NO, proceed to the Question 2.
If YES, and you have a copy of your Certificate of Eligibility specifically stating Allied Health Institute as
your school of attendance, complete and submit the following paperwork to the Allied Health Institute
Veterans Affairs Office:
Copy of Certificate of Eligibility (COE)
Veteran Responsibility Letter
Copy of DD214 (request a copy)
If YES, and you have a copy of your Certificate of Eligibility and it doesn’t specifically state Allied Health
Institute as your school of attendance, complete and submit the following paperwork to the Allied Health
Institute Veterans Affairs Office:
Copy of Certificate of Eligibility (COE)
VONAPP application or VA Form 22-1995
Veteran Responsibility Letter
Copy of DD214 (request a copy)
Question 2: Have you applied for VA education benefits in the past and have NOT received the Certificate of
Eligibility from the federal VA?
If NO, proceed to the next question.
If YES, and you listed Allied Health Institute as your school of attendance, complete and submit the
following paperwork to the Allied Health Institute Veterans Affairs Office:
Copy of Submitted Application
Veteran Responsibility Letter
Copy of DD214 (request a copy)
If YES, and you did not list Allied Health Institute as your school of attendance, complete and submit the
following paperwork to the Allied Health Institute Veterans Affairs Office:
VONAPP application or VA Form 22-1995
If on active duty, an Education Service Officer (ESO) signature is needed on VA application.
Veteran Responsibility Letter
Copy of DD214 (request a copy)
Montgomery GI Bill – Chapter 30
If you are on Active Duty or a Veteran and applying for Montgomery GI Bill entitlements, please answer the
questions below. Please proceed to Step 3 after completing the corresponding paperwork/questions.
Question 1: Have you applied for VA education benefits in the past and have a Certificate of Eligibility from the
federal VA?
If NO, proceed to the Question 2.
If YES, and you have a copy of your Certificate of Eligibility specifically stating Allied Health Institute as
your school of attendance, complete and submit the following paperwork to the Allied Health Institute
Veterans Affairs Office:
Copy of Certificate of Eligibility (COE)
Veteran Responsibility Letter
Copy of DD214 (request a copy)
If YES, and you have a copy of your Certificate of Eligibility and it doesn’t specifically state Allied Health
Institute as your school of attendance, complete and submit the following paperwork to the Allied Health
Institute Veterans Affairs Office:
Copy of Certificate of Eligibility (COE)
VONAPP application or VA Form 22-1995
Veteran Responsibility Letter
Copy of DD214 (request a copy)
Question 2: Have you applied for VA education benefits in the past and have NOT received the Certificate of
Eligibility from the federal VA?
If NO, proceed to the next question.
If YES, and you listed Allied Health Institute as your school of attendance, complete and submit the
following paperwork to the Allied Health Institute Veterans Affairs Office:
Copy of Submitted Application
Veteran Responsibility Letter
Copy of DD214 (request a copy)
If YES, and you did not list Allied Health Institute as your school of attendance, complete and submit the
following paperwork to the Allied Health Institute Veterans Affairs Office:
VONAPP application or VA Form 22-1995
If on active duty, an Education Service Officer (ESO) signature is needed on VA application.
Veteran Responsibility Letter
Copy of DD214 (request a copy)
Question 3: If you have applied for your VA education benefits in the past and have never used your benefits
previously or applied to use them for another school, complete and submit the following paperwork to the Allied
Health Institute Veterans Affairs Office. Otherwise, proceed to the next question.
VONAPP application or VA Form 22-1995
If on active duty, an Education Service Officer (ESO) signature is needed on VA application.
Veteran Responsibility Letter
Copy of DD214 (request a copy)
Question 4: If you have never applied for your VA education benefits in the past, complete and submit the
following paperwork to the Allied Health Institute Veterans Affairs Office. Otherwise, please proceed to the next
question.
VONAPP application or VA Form 22-1990
If on active duty, an Education Service Officer (ESO) signature is needed on VA application.
Veteran Responsibility Letter
Copy of DD214 (request a copy)
Question 5: Have you applied for direct deposit?
If YES, proceed to the next question.
If NO, direct deposit can be set up through the federal VA’s National Direct Deposit Program at
877.838.2778. If this information was provided on the application, please disregard.
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