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Advice for Those Rejected for the Department of Veterans Affairs Aid

After the Denial Letter Arrives

By Susan Seliger

If you’ve been rejected for the Department of Veterans Affairs Aid and Attendance (A&A benefit), there are steps you can take to get your application reconsidered. But first, a warning: Do not do what the V.A. denial letter suggests you do, as that may only bring you years more of delays.

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