Veterans Compensation Benefits Rate Tables - Effective 12/1/19
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Rates (No Dependents): 10% - 20%
Basic Rates - 10%-100% Combined Degree Only
10% - 20% (No Dependents)
30% - 60% Without Children
|Veteran with Spouse Only||$486.69||$696.61||$979.43||$1,234.68|
|Veteran with Spouse & One Parent||$527.69||$751.61||$1,048.43||$1,317.68|
|Veteran with Spouse and Two Parents||$568.69||$806.61||$1,117.43||$1,400.68|
|Veteran with One Parent||$476.69||$682.61||$962.43||$1,214.68|
|Veteran with Two Parents||$517.69||$737.61||$1,031.43||$1,297.68|
|Additional for A/A spouse (see footnote b)||$48.00||$63.00||$80.00||$96.00|
70% - 100% Without Children
|Veteran with Spouse Only||$1,547.17||$1,795.80||$2,017.96||$3,279.22|
|Veteran with Spouse and One Parent||$1,644.17||$1,906.80||$2,142.96||$3,418.20|
|Veteran with Spouse and Two Parents||$1,741.17||$2,017.80||$2,267.96||$3,557.18|
|Veteran with One Parent||$1,523.17||$1,768.80||$1,987.96||$3,245.02|
|Veteran with Two Parents||$1,620.17||$1,879.80||$2,112.96||$3,384.00|
|Additional for A/A spouse (see footnote b)||$111.00||$127.00||$143.00||$158.82|
30% - 60% With Children
|Veteran with Spouse and Child||$525.69||$747.61||$1,043.43||$1,311.68|
|Veteran with Child Only||$469.69||$673.61||$950.43||$1,200.68|
|Veteran with Spouse, One Parent and Child||$566.69||$802.61||$1,112.43||$1,394.68|
|Veteran with Spouse, Two Parents and Child||$607.69||$857.61||$1,181.43||$1,477.68|
|Veteran with One Parent and Child||$510.69||$728.61||$1,019.43||$1,283.68|
|Veteran with Two Parents and Child||$551.69||$783.61||$1,088.43||$1,366.68|
|Add for Each Additional Child Under Age 18||$25.00||$34.00||$43.00||$51.00|
|Each Additional Schoolchild Over Age 18 (see footnote a)||$83.00||$111.00||$138.00||$166.00|
|Additional for A/A spouse (see footnote b)||$48.00||$63.00||$80.00||$96.00|
70% - 100% With Children
|Veteran with Spouse and Child||$1,636.17||$1,897.80||$2,132.96||$3,406.04|
|Veteran with Child Only||$1,507.17||$1,749.80||$1,966.96||$3,221.85|
|Veteran with Spouse, One Parent and Child||$1,733.17||$2,008.80||$2,257.96||$3,545.02|
|Veteran with Spouse, Two Parents and Child||$1,830.17||$2,119.80||$2,382.96||$3,684.00|
|Veteran with One Parent and Child||$1,604.17||$1,860.80||$2,091.96||$3,360.83|
|Veteran with Two Parents and Child||$1,701.17||$1,971.80||$2,216.96||$3,499.81|
|Add for Each Additional Child Under Age 18||$60.00||$68.00||$77.00||$86.05|
|Each Additional Schoolchild Over Age 18 (see footnote a)||$194.00||$222.00||$250.00||$277.96|
|Additional for A/A spouse (see footnote b)||$111.00||$127.00||$143.00||$158.82|
- Rates for each school child are shown separately. They are not included with any other compensation rates. All other entries on this chart reflecting a rate for children show the rate payable for children under 18 or helpless. To find the amount payable to a 70% disabled veteran with a spouse and four children, one of whom is over 18 and attending school, take the 70% rate for a veteran with a spouse and 3 children, $ 1,756.17 , and add the rate for one school child, $194.00. The total amount payable is $1,950.17.
- Where the veteran has a spouse who is determined to require A/A, add the figure shown as "additional for A/A spouse" to the amount shown for the proper dependency code. For example, veteran has A/A spouse and 2 minor children and is 70% disabled. Add $111.00, additional for A/A spouse, to the rate for a 70% veteran with dependency code 12, $1,696.17. The total amount payable is $1,807.17.
Historical Rate Tables
2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2014/2015 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010-2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1999
2022 VA Disability Rates
2022 VA Disability Rates will see a 5.9% cost-of-living increase based on the Social Security Administration’s 2022 Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA). Congress passed legislation in early October to increase veterans’ disability compensation and other benefits in tandem with the Social Security COLA.
Annually, the VA makes cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) to VA disability benefits to ensure inflation does not erode VA benefits’ purchasing power.
For a 50% disabled veteran with a spouse and one child who currently receives $1099.83 per month, this amounts to about $64.89 more per month. Use the charts or the historical VA combined disability calculator below to find your monthly or annual disability payments.
VA Disability payments are monthly. Find the next VA disability payment date.
Learn more about the 2022 VA disability rate increase on the 2022 COLA Watch page.
2022 VA Disability Rates Charts – Effective 12/1/2021
Basic Rates – 10% – 100% Combined Degree Only
|10% – 20% (No Dependents)|
|30% – 60% Without Children|
|Veteran with spouse only||$522.45||$741.41||$1050.57||$1,325.22|
|Veteran with spouse & one parent||$566.93||$806.71||$1,124.70||$1,414.18|
|Veteran with spouse and two parents||$611.45||$866.02||$1,198.83||$1,503.13|
|Veteran with one parent||$511.868||$732.58||$1032.56||$1,302.98|
|Veteran with two parents||$556.34||$791.88||$1,106.69||$1,391.94|
|Additional for spouse receiving Aid and Attendance||$48.00||$64.00||$81.00||$96.00|
|70% – 100% Without Children|
|Veteran with spouse only||$1,659.14||$1,926.69||$2,164.79||$3,517.84|
|Veteran with spouse and one parent||$1,762.92||$2,045.30||$2,298.22||$3,666.94|
|Veteran with spouse and two parents||$1,866.71||$2,164.01||$2,431.65||$3,816.03|
|Veteran with one parent||$1,633.73||$1,897.04||$2,131.95||$3,481.15|
|Veteran with two parents||$1737.51||$2,015.64||$2,265.39||$3,630.25|
|Additional for spouse receiving Aid and Attendance||$113.00||$129.00||$145.00||$160.89|
|30% – 60% With Children|
|Veteran with one child only (no spouse or parents)||$504.45||$721.99||$1019.85||$1,288.15|
|With one child and spouse (no parents)||$563.75||$801.42||$1118.76||$1,406.76|
|With one child, spouse and one parent||$608.24||$860.72||$1192.48||$1,495.71|
|With one child, spouse, and two parents||$652.71||$920.02||$1,266.60||$1,584.67|
|With 1 child and 1 parent (no spouse)||$548.93||$781.29||$1,093.98||$1,377.11|
|With 1 child and 2 parents (no spouse)||$593.41||$840.60||$1,168.11||$1,466.07|
|Each additional child under age 18||$26.00||$34.00||$43.00||$52.00|
|Each additional child over 18 in a qualifying school program||$84.00||$112.00||$140.00||$168.00|
|Spouse receiving Aid and Attendance||$48.00||$64.00||$81.00||$96.00|
|70% – 100% With Children|
|Veteran with one child only (no spouse or parents)||$1,616.78||$1,876.92||$2,109.71||$3,456.30|
|With one child and spouse (no parents)||$1,754.45||$2,035.77||$2,287.63||$3,653.89|
|With 1 child, spouse and 1 parent||$1,858.24||$2,154.38||$2,421.07||$3,802.99|
|With 1 child, spouse, and 2 parents||$1,962.02||$2,272.98||$2,554.50||$3,952.08|
|With 1 child and 1 parent(no spouse)||$1,720.57||$1,995.53||$2,243.15||$3,605.40|
|With 1 child and 2 parents (no spouse)||$1,824.35||$2114.14||$2,376.59||$3,754.49|
|Each additional child under age 18||$61.00||$69.00||$78.00||$87.00|
|Add. child over 18 in a qualifying school program||$197.00||$225.00||$253.00||$281.57|
|Spouse receiving Aid and Attendance||$113.00||$129.00||$145.00||$160.89|
Past VA Disability Rates
View Veterans disability compensation rates for past years.
Historical VA Combined Disability Calculator – Effective 12/1/2020
About VA Disability Compensation
VA disability pay is a monthly tax-free monetary benefit paid to veterans due to their service-connected disability to compensate them for decreased quality of life or negative impacts on their civilian employability.
Compensation may also be paid for post-service disabilities that are related to an injury that occurred during service. Disabilities that arise after you leave the service may also be compensated, if the VA finds they are related to circumstances of your military service.
By design, the VA ratings should offset lost compensation and work time due to exacerbations or illnesses.
Cost-of-Living-Adjustments (COLA) determine VA disability rate increases. VA disability rate increase calculations compare the average of the July, August and September 2021 COLA with the 2020 third-quarter average. See our COLA increase watch for more information on how2021 VA disability rateswill be determined.
How VA Disability Ratings and VA Disability Compensation Work
Military members who became injured or ill in the line of duty, or struggle with other service-connected physical or mental health conditions, may be eligible for VA veterans’ benefits.
But, the Department of Veterans Affairs does not award compensation automatically. The VA will review your health, medical records, medical history and other factors during the claims process.
You are responsible for scheduling your first claims appointment. You can do this when you out-process from the military, or you can schedule an appointment after you leave the service – but sooner is better than later.
Those applying for VA compensation benefits may also be eligible to sign up for VA healthcare benefits and a Veterans Health Identification Card.
VA compensation for service-connected medical issues is not necessarily tied with VA healthcare benefits. If you have a VA-rated disability, consider the options open to you under the VA health system.
Service-Connected Disability Explained
The Department of Veterans Affairs official site describes VA Disability Compensation as a benefit paid to qualifying veterans who have “disabilities that are the result of a disease or injury incurred or aggravated during active military service.”
VA rules also allow for compensation for “post-service disabilities that are considered related or secondary to disabilities occurring in service and for disabilities presumed to be related to circumstances of military service.”
Veterans can apply for compensation even when medical issues arise after retirement or separation from the military.
The VA’s rating for your condition will determine your benefits.
Some medical conditions can only warrant a 10% rating (such as tinnitus or other hearing-related issues), while others may be rated as much as 50% or higher depending on the condition. Service members with dependents may receive additional consideration for higher VA disability payments.
What to Do When Applying for VA Compensation For Service-Connected Conditions
It is best to apply for VA compensation before your final out-processing appointment, but this is not always possible.
In any case, service members will need to supply copies (not originals) of discharge paperwork such as the DD Form 214 for active-duty military members, medical records, supporting documentation for the medical claim, and a completed VA Form 21-526.
Depending on the type of claim you are making, you may need supporting evidence that shows how your condition affects your ability to work, socialize or pursue hobbies.
You may need to gather medical records and personal statements from yourself, family and co-workers. You might also need to show how your condition has worsened over time. Submit all medical records pertinent to your condition as evidence.
Keep in mind that your family status may play a role in how the VA approaches your compensation claim. If you receive a VA disability rating of 30% or higher, changes in your family status may result in changes to your payments.
Notify the Department of Veterans Affairs in such cases. Changes to your claim or payments of the claim are never automatic.
VA Disability Ratings are Subject to Review and Not Always Permanent
The Department of Veterans Affairs reserves the right to change VA disability rating schedules, screening requirements and revisit VA awards to see if the condition has improved or worsened over time.
You may receive a letter from the VA instructing you to participate in a re-examination. You may also notify the VA when you wish to have your claim reviewed again. Do this if you feel your condition is not improving or getting worse.
Do not skip the re-examination process. Doing so may subject you to a more arbitrary decision from the VA.
Getting Help With Filing and Tracking VA Disability Claims
You do not have to apply for VA medical benefits or compensation alone. Agencies called Veterans Service Organizations (or VSOs) are authorized to act on your behalf to file with the government.
Getting the right help is especially important if you fear your medical claims may be denied or are trying to appeal a denied claim.
Such organizations include AMVETS, the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), DAV and more. The VA website has a list of accredited Veteran Service Organizations you can use to find help with your claim.
Help may also be available from your state government. Check with your state department of veterans affairs (not the same as the federal-level Department of Veterans Affairs) to see what services they offer.
How to file a VA disability claim
- Gather any evidence (VA or private medical records, supporting statements etc.) you plan to submit with your VA disability claim.
- File your claim online, by mail or in person at a VA regional office near you.
- Be sure your claim forms are completely filled out and attach all your supporting documents. This will help the VA process your claim quickly.
If you are not ready to file a VA Claim, submit your “Intent to File.” An “Intent to File” can buy some time to navigate the claims process and help you get back pay compensation once your claim is approved.
Historical VA Disability Rate Increases
|VA Disability %||Effective Date||VA Disability %||Effective Date|
|5.9%||Dec. 1, 2021||2.90%||Dec. 1, 1996|
|1.30%||Dec. 1, 2020||2.60%||Dec. 1, 1995|
|1.60%||1Dec. 1, 2019||2.80%||Dec. 1, 1994|
|2.80%||Dec. 1, 2018||2.60%||Dec. 1, 1993|
|2.00%||Dec. 1, 2017||3.00%||Dec. 1, 1992|
|0.30%||Dec. 1, 2016||3.70%||Dec. 1, 1991|
|0.00%||Dec. 1, 2015||5.40%||Dec. 1, 1990|
|1.70%||Dec. 1, 2014||4.70%||Dec. 1, 1989|
|1.50%||Dec. 1, 2013||4.00%||Dec. 1, 1988|
|1.70%||Dec. 1, 2012||4.20%||Dec. 1, 1987|
|3.60%||Dec. 1, 2011||1.30%||Dec. 1, 1986|
|0.00%||Dec. 1, 2010||3.10%||Dec. 1, 1985|
|0.00%||Dec. 1, 2009||3.50%||Dec. 1, 1984|
|5.80%||Dec. 1, 2008||3.50%||Dec. 1, 1983|
|2.30%||Dec. 1, 2007||7.40%||Oct. 1, 1982|
|3.30%||1Dec. 1, 2006||11.20%||June 1, 1981|
|4.10%||Dec. 1, 2005||14.30%||June 1, 1981|
|2.70%||Dec. 1, 2004||9.90%||June 1, 1979|
|2.10%||Dec. 1, 2003||6.50%||Jan. 1, 1979|
|1.40%||Dec. 1, 2002||5.90%||Oct. 1, 1978|
|2.60%||Dec. 1, 2001||6.40%||Oct. 1, 1977|
|3.50%||Dec. 1, 2000||8.00%||Oct. 1, 1976|
|2.50%||Dec. 1, 1999||13.90%||Aug. 1, 1975|
|1.30%||Dec. 1, 1998||6.30%||May 1, 1974|
|2.10%||Dec. 1, 1997|
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Indiana Benefits at a Glance
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Indiana Benefits at a Glance Content
STATE BENEFITSFor Benefits offered by the State of Indiana to Indiana veterans and their eligible family members residing in Indiana.
Don't know what you qualify for?
Click here to go to the Benefits Portal.
Disabled Hoosier Veteran License Plate
For veterans with a service-connected disability rating of at least 30% for mobility issues, or for veterans that cannot walk without pain as a result of a service-connected disability, with physician verification.
Tuition and Fee Exemption for Children of Disabled Veterans, Children of Purple Heart Recipients, and Children of POWs
Remission of tuition and fees for children of disabled veterans (at least 0% service-connected) who served during a period of war or participated in equally hazardous duty, or the children of Purple Heart Recipients, or the children of prisoners of war. May only be used at approved state-sponsored universities for up to 124 credits.
Tuition and Fee Exemption for Purple Heart Recipients
Recipients of the Purple Heart are eligible to receive a tuition and fee exemption at state-sponsored schools for up to 120 credits.
High School Diploma for WWI, WWII, Korea, and Vietnam War Veterans
No cost high school diploma for war veterans that left school to join military.
Hoosier Women Veterans Program
Hoosier Women Veteran Coordinator maintains a database of women veterans. Sends welcome packets to new or recently discharged veterans. Holds conferences around the state. Conducts outreach and coordination year-round.
Indiana Veterans Memorial and State Soldiers Home Cemeteries
Free burial for veterans and their spouses with perpetual care. Located in Madison, Indiana and Lafayette, Indiana respectively.
Indiana Veterans Home – Medical Care
Medical service for qualified veterans.
Indiana Veterans Home – Residential Housing
Housing and perpetual care for qualified service members and their spouses.
Peddlers, Vendors, or Hawkers License
Free license for honorably discharged veterans.
Property Tax Deduction for Veterans and Spouses of KIA
$14,000 deduction for veterans that served during peace time or the surviving spouse of a service member that was killed in action or died during active duty. Veteran must be totally disabled or must be 62 years old with a 10% service-connected disability rating. There is an assessed value limit of $200,000.
Property Tax Deduction for Wartime Veterans
$24,960 deduction for wartime veterans with at least a 10% service-connected disability rating. There is no assessed value limit for this benefit.
Property Tax Combination for Certain Disabled Wartime Veterans
A veteran who served during a period of war and is at least 62 years old with a 10% service-connected disability rating OR has a permanent and total service-connected disability rating at any age AND whose home’s assessed value is $200,000 or less, can receive both property tax deductions for a total of $38,960.
Residential Veteran Hunting and Fishing License
Reduced fee for veterans with a service-connected disability rating.
FOR LIST OF FEDERAL BENEFITS, VISIT VA.GOV.
** If you need to new retired military ID card for yourself or dependents, you must go to a DEERS (Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System)/RAPIDS (Real-time Automated Personnel Identification System) site to be issued the card. For a list of sites and their contact information, CLICK HERE.
** If you are enrolled in VA Healthcare and need a Veteran Healthcare ID card, you must visit a VA medical facility and request one.
** If you are seeking a General Veteran ID card, you must apply online at https://www.va.gov/records/get-veteran-id-cards/vic/.
State of Indiana Benefits & Services
The mission of the Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs is to assist Hoosier Veterans, service personnel, their dependents and/or survivors in obtaining every benefit and advantage due them under the laws of the State of Indiana and the United States. The Department works with a network of certified County Veteran Service Officers who are there to assist with information and the preparation of paperwork at no cost.
The Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs is a State Agency. We do not have access to all records that may be on file at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (Federal Agency). When applying for state veteran benefits please include evidence of service-connected disabilities and proof of military service (DD214 or NGB-23) if these documents are available. If we only receive an application we will request your service dates and disability rating information from the USDVA Indianapolis regional office. This request can take up to a week or longer to return to us. If you have applied for state benefits before, we can also check our files to see if we have that record.
GRANTS FOR VETERANS SERVICES (GVS)
More information about the GVS award recipients can be found by clicking HERE.
2021 GVS Solicitation
DIRECT DEPOSIT FORM
W-9 REQUEST FOR TAXPAYER ID NUMBER AND CERTIFICATION
View press release.
Compliance Monitoring Manual for State Grants
PROPERTY TAX DEDUCTIONS
Per Indiana Code 6-1.1-12
Eligible veterans may be able to deduct $24,960 from the assessed value of their property if:
1. the individual served in the military or naval forces of the United States during any of its wars
2. the individual received an honorable discharge
3. the individual has a disability with a service connected disability of 10% or more
WARTIME SERVICE DATES:
WWII: December 7, 1941 - December 31, 1946
KOREA: June 21, 1950 - January 31, 1955
VIETNAM August 5, 1964 - May 7, 1975
GULF WAR August 2, 1990 - Present (or a date to be determined by congress)
The surviving spouse of the individual may receive this deduction if the veteran was eligible at the time of their death. The surviving spouse may also receive this deduction regardless of whether the property was owned by the deceased veteran or by the surviving spouse before the veteran's death.
Eligible veterans may be able to deduct $12,480 from the assessed value of their property if:
Note: this deduction will increase to $14,000.00 begining in the 2020 assessment year.
1. the individual served in the military or naval forces of the United States for at least 90 days
2. the individual received an honorable discharge
3. the individual either:
(A) has a total disability; or
(B) is a least 62 years old AND has a disability of at least 10%
To receive the $12,480 deduction the assessed value of the property may not exceed $175,000
Note: the assessed propety value cap will increase to $200,000 begining in the 2020 assessment year.
The individual's disability is evidenced by:
1. a pension certificate or award of compensation issued by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs OR a certificate of eligibility issued by the Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs after determination that the individual's disability and service dates qualify the individual to receive a deduction.
The surviving spouse of an individual may receive this deduction if:
1. the individual was eleiglble for the deduction at the time of their death OR
2. the individual was killed in action or died while serving on active duty in the military or naval forces of the Untied States or died while perfroming inactive duty training in the militray or naval forces of the United States.
Other requirements can be referenced in Indiana Code 6-1.1-12-14 regarding assessed value of the property.
If an individual is eligible for the above deductions but does not own property, a credit for vehicle excise tax may be taken. The amount of excise tax is the lesser of the following:
1. the amount of excise tax determined by the Bureau of Motor Vehicles OR $70.
The maximum number of vehicles an individual may claim is two (2). Individuals must request an affidavit from the county auditor and take it to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles to receive the credit.
The complete Indiana Code for this credit can be viewed by clicking HERE
If a property was conveyed to an individual without charge by a non-profit organization exempt from income taxation under the Federal Internal Revenue Code, the individual must:
1. have served in the military or naval forces of the United States for at least 90 days
2. have received an honorable discharge
3. must have a service connected disability rating of at least 50%
The individual's disability is evidenced by:
1. a pension certificate or award of compensation issued by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs OR a certificate of eligibility issued by the Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs after determination that the individuals disability and service dates qualify the individual to receive a deduction.
The amount of the deduction is equal to the service connected disability of the individual deducted from the assessed value of the property.
Example: If the individual is totally disabled 100% of the assessed value is deducted.
If the individual is 90% disabled 90% of the assessed value is deducted and so on down to a 50%
The complete Indiana Code for Property Tax deductions can be viewed by clicking HERE. Reference
IC 6-1.1-12 Sections 13, 14, and 14.5.
Surviving spouses may also be eligible if the veteran met the eligibility criteria at the time of their death.
TUITION AND FEE EXEMPTION
IMPORTANT! Begining July 1, 2019 changes will go into effect for eligibility for the children of veterans Tuition and Fee Exemption benefits. Senate Enrolled Act No. 216 becomes effective on July 1, 2019 Click here to learn more on the Tuition and Fee Exemption page.
* IDVA no longer accepts paper applications for Tuition and Fee Exemption programs for children of veterans, Purple Heart Recipients, or former students of Morton Memorial High School. All applicants will be required to apply online through Scholar Track. *
All paper applications will be returned to the sender.
We advise Filing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before applying in Scholar Track. Information Provided in the FAFSA is fed into Scholar Track and makes the process smoother. Students should not apply earlier than the beginning of the second semester of their graduation year of High School. Please ensure if you intend on using this program you list eligible educational institutions on your FAFSA. Students using this program are required to file for FAFSA annually. The Indiana Commission for Higher Education cannot finalize the award offer under this program without a FAFSA on file. https://fafsa.ed.gov/
All IDVA approved Tuition and Fee Exemption programs can ONLY be used at the following educational institutions in Indiana:
Indiana State University
Indiana University Bloomington
Indiana University East
Indiana University Kokomo
Indiana University South Bend
Indiana University Southeast
Purdue University West Lafayette
Purdue University North Central
Purdue University North West
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Indiana University Purdue University Columbus
Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne
Ivy Tech Community College (all Campuses)
University of Southern Indiana
Western Governor's University (WGU) INDIANA
Students can use Scholar Track to apply by going to the Scholar Track web page at https://scholartrack.che.in.gov and create a student account.When applying in Scholar Track you must upload all supporting documents in order for IDVA to determine the student's eligibility to use the Tuition and Fee Exemption. AT A MINIMUM THE STUDENT'S BIRTH CERTIFICATE OR ADOPTION PAPERWORK MUST BE UPLOADED.
Applications must be done under the STUDENT'S Scholar Track Account. Once the student is approved, award letters can be viewed and printed from the students account. Be advised, award letters may not be available at the time of approval and will be posted for the next school year closer to the beginning of that semester once released by the Commission for Higher Education.
PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT A SCHOLAR TRACK APPLICATION UNTIL A BIRTH CERTIFICATE OR ADOPTION PAPERWORK IS UPLOADED. We cannot process the application without evidence of the student's relationship to the veteran as either the biological or adopted child.
If veteran documents are not available (i.e. Discharge from active service DD214 AND the summary letter from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Award of Disability), IDVA will request verification of the veteran's service and disability rating from the VA Regional Office in Indianapolis. Please be aware that this may take a week or longer to obtain. We will process online applications with all the needed documents uploaded first. Once a student is approved in Scholar Track there is no need to reapply for Tuition and Fee Exemption again. Staff within the financial aid offices at state schools can verify the student's eligibility for all educational scholarships awarded within the Scholar Track web page.
DISABLED HOOSIER VETERAN LICENSE PLATES
If you are applying forDisabled Hoosier Veteran License Plateswe need to see the disability award letter that has the breakdown of individual ratings for your disability(ies). IDVA needs to verify the disability is a mobility issue for the eligibility determination for the Disabled Hoosier Veteran License plate as per IC 9-18.5-5-1. The Veteran must be 50% service connected disabled by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs with at least 60% of that disability attributed to a mobility disability, OR the service connected disability precludes the Veteran from walking without pain or difficulty. If it is unclear that your service connected disability is causing you pain or difficulty while walking we may require a letter to be signed by your doctor.
Per Senate Enrolled Act No. 262 effective July 1, 2018, a person who has been issued or is otherwise eligible for the Disabled Hoosier Veteran License plate can obtain a Permanent DHV parking placard from the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles. This parking placard does afford the same no fee at legal metered spaces parking privileges as the Disabled Hoosier Veteran License Plate. Reference IC 9-18.5-8-4.
* Note: Veterans can obtain a plate or a placard for each registered vehicle they own.
Links to more information and state benefit applications:
Disability rates dva
.VA Benefits for Spouses of Disabled Veterans
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