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Assistance for Incarcerated Veterans/Oklahoma State Guidebook

This guidebook offers information useful to veterans transitioning out of prison, and details numerous housing, employment and healthcare resources/benefits.

Board of Veterans' Appeals Decisions Search

A searchable database of past appeal cases before the Board of Veteran's Appeals (BVA) and all decisions since 1992.

Filing a Notice of Disaagreement (NOD)

Tips on filing a Notice of Disagreement (NOD). The NOD must be in writing. You may use VA Form 21-4138 . . .

How Do I Appeal?

Step-by-step instructions for appealing a VA decision.

How to File an Appeal with the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims

Whether or not you have someone to represent you, if you disagree with the final decision of the Board of Veterans' Appeals and want to appeal to the Court, you must file a notice of appeal with the Court within 120 days after the date the Board mailed a copy of its final decision.

National Resource Directory

The National Resource Directory provides access to services and resources at the national, state and local levels that support recovery, rehabilitation and community reintegration.

Official Department of the Army Electronic Forms

Download official Army e-forms by category, range, etc. here.

Oklahoma Veterans Service Representatives' Itineraries

A listing of contact information such as phone number, county location, hours available and address for Veteran Service Representatives across the state of Oklahoma.

Survivor Benefits Information

The primary survivor benefit applicable to survivors of retirees (and, in some situations, active duty members) is the Uniformed Services Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP). The Reserves have a related plan called the Reserve Component Survivor Benefit Plan (RC-SBP). These are voluntary programs to ensure survivors continue to receive income throughout their lifetimes.

The Appeals Process Overview

A step-by-step guide on how to appeal VA decisions.

Understanding Military Legal Matters

As a U.S. military servicemember or veteran, you have many legal rights, entitlements, restrictions, and benefits. These include financial and legal protection for when you are mobilized or deployed, and assistance with personal legal matters.

Understanding the Appeals Process

This booklet is intended to explain the steps involved in filing an appeal and to serve as a reference for the terms and abbreviations used in the appeals process.

Understanding the Disability Claims Process

After VA receives your Application for Compensation, it sends you a letter. The letter explains what VA needs in order to help grant your claim.

U.S. Armed Forces Legal Assistance Resources

The Armed Forces Legal Assistance (AFLA) Web site is a joint initiative of the Armed Forces legal assistance offices that aims to provide general legal information to the military community to enhance its readiness. The information provided through this Web site is for educational and general information purposes only. It is not legal advice.

Official Department of the Army Electronic Forms

Download official Army e-forms by category, range, etc. here.

Appeal to Board of Veterans' Appeals

Form 9, which must be filed to appeal a VA decision.

Official Department of the Army Electronic Forms

Download official Army e-forms by category, range, etc. here.

Rule 4: Filing Appeal: Docketing; Board Decision

A Notice of Appeal must be received by the Clerk not later than 120 days after the date on which the Board mailed notice of the decision to the last known address of the appellant.

The Appeals Process Glossary

This glossary contains many of the terms commonly used in the appeals process & provides a general definition for each.

Official Department of the Army Electronic Forms

Download official Army e-forms by category, range, etc. here.

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