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He served during WWII, but my mother doesn't seem to know any other info. He was born in Raleigh, NC, and as far as I know was honorably discharged after serving his time. My mother is now 92, and I'm beginning the process of having to look for an assisted living facility for her. I was told about the Veterans' benefit at a lawyer's office this past week, and need to know as soon as possible where I need to go from here.

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We found out that during WWII they did not get a DD214, the document was called "Notice of Separation" and VA wanted the original or a certified copy.
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..... you will also need his SS#. Look in his paperwork for DD214 discharge paper.
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I would start by calling your local Veteran's office. They will tell you. The fact he served during wartime gives him more benefits.
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go to va.gov and do a records search. You will need his discharge certificate, their marriage certificate, and if either one was married before, all those certificates. we worked with elderbenefitsconsulting.com, they were a huge help.
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