- Senior Veterans Service Alliance (2015)
Are you in need of continuing legal education (CLE) to maintain your VA Accreditation as an attorney or agent with the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA)?
We offer 3 hour self-study video courses (approved by VA's Office of General Counsel) that will meet your initial first year CLE requirements or any ongoing 3 hours of CLE on veterans benefits law and procedures required every two years (see 38 C.F.R. § 14.629).
The National Care Planning provides study materials, sample questions with answers, and "1 On 1" phone coaching to help individuals and non-practicing attorneys prepare for and pass the exam with VA to become Accredited VA Claims Agents.
Individuals who are not accredited (see 38 USC§ 5901) may not assist in the preparation, presentation and prosecution of an initial claim for VA benefits. The only exception to this rule is that any person may help any veteran -- one-time only -- with a claim (38 CFR§ 14.630 & 38 USC§ 5903).
This book (2017 Edition) is a welcome and needed resource for veterans, their survivors, and for those who assist veterans. It provides information and detailed instructions on how to submit claims for 25 different types VA benefits and uses the successful "Fully Developed Claim Process" for faster decisions.
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This book also provides information on:
Disc - Intake Center Mailing/Faxing Information, 240 + Current VA forms, 2017 Benefit Rates, Detailed Checklists (instructions for each type of claim), Medical Examination Worksheets, Medical Questionnaires, and an Addendum on VA's Proposed Rule Changes for Pension.