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Jim, I am 90% at TDIU, just recently was sent a big brown envelope stating that a review was done and that they granted me permanent&Total with dependent’s education etc...no more exams. The major portion of my disability is MDD recurring, Question: with not being a complete and total basket case; I would like to take on a Part time summer job next year for like 3 or 4 months, reduced hours, certainly staying under poverty level. Do you see any issue with that?
Thanks for your service to veterans!
I am SC for MDD (70%), I worked for the VA for almost 6 years before being Medically Retired (OPM) for a leg crush injury which resulted in a Spinal Cord Implant (does not help) for CPRS (Nerve Disease). I cannot walk, sit or stand for more than 15 minutes at a time without extreme pain/discomfort. The CRPS has exasperated my Major Depressive Disorder. I have filled for TDIU, should I explain this to the VA?
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Is there a nationwide eviction ban?
The CDC has issued an order banning many, but not all, evictions through December 31, 2020.
How do I know if I qualify?
You might qualify if the following is true for you:
Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC) is a tax-free monthly benefit paid by the VA to eligible survivors of the following: