Transfer of Post-9/11 GI-Bill Benefits to Dependents (TEB) - MilitaryAvenue.com
FORT KNOX, Ky.- More than 200,000 U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers who have Active Duty Training, Active Duty Special Work, or Active Duty Operational Support--Reserve Component - service after Sept. 10, 2001 may now be eligible for the Post 9/11 GI Bill (...
The benefits of the GI Bill began to load up college campuses across the nation after the end of the War, to overflowing. Colleges began denying entrance to out-of-state students, even those already enrolled in programs, as a means to accommodate the in-state GI Bill eligible students that were applying in droves for entrance. Numerous students, for whom college had only been a dream before becoming military veterans, could now see that dream come true thanks to the financial assistance of…
If you're eligible to transfer your GI Bill to your child, now is the time to do so. Here's why.
National University is now a part of the Yellow Ribbon Program, a tuition matching support program that helps veterans on the GI Bill pay tuition and fee costs for college and advanced degrees. The new program will result in virtually no tuition and fee costs for eligible veterans in National University's professional degree programs. Read more: http://www.nuhs.edu/news/2012/8/national-university-offers-yellow-ribbon-program-new-help-for-veterans-seeking-a-degree/
SUSTAINED ELIGIBILITY – After transfer of benefits, spouse eligibility will not be affected by divorce, and children will stay eligible even if they marry. But the member retains ownership of the benefit and can modify or revoke transfer at any time without explanation. Also, the GI Bill benefit cannot be treated by judges as property to be shared in a divorce.