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Can I revoke the transfer of my Post 911 Gi Bill to my ex-wife?
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I am wanting to revoke the transfer of my Post 911 GI Bill education benefits from my ex-wife.  If it is in the divorce agreement am I forced to let her have this benefit?  Also, my new wife is active duty and receives BAH.  With the Post 911 GI Bill does my ex-wife still collect [...]

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Filled Under: BAH Benefits, G.I. Bill, Military Education Benefits, Post-9/11 G.I. Bill - Bob Boone @ December 19th, 2010
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Does getting married affect my GI Bill Benefits?
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I am currently using my fathers GI Bill. My boyfriend is in the Navy and we were thinking about getting married, would us getting married affect my benefits? - Mollie
Mollie, there is no direct financial affect on the GI Bill benefits your father transferred to you should you decide to get married.  You will want to [...]

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Filled Under: G.I. Bill, Military Education Benefits, Post-9/11 G.I. Bill - Visitor @ December 6th, 2010
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Am I eligible for any money?
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My question is: My father was in the Army in Japan.  I am in college and my pell grant is running out.  Am I eligible to receive any money? - Christine S
The operative phrase in your question is “was in the Army.”  Your father most likely qualified for the Montgomery GI Bill.  This Gi Bill [...]

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Filled Under: Dependents Educational Assistance (DEA), G.I. Bill, MGIB, Military Education Benefits, Military Scholarships, State Programs - Visitor @ November 22nd, 2010
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Are the Post 911 GI Bill Benefits for my wife right?
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I have transferred my Gi benefits to my spouse.  I switched to Post 911 (Chapter 33) benefits from the Montgomery GI Bill (Chapter 30).  I received an award letter.  I turned it in to the university and they have verified my wife”s full time status and how much we have been charged.  Today I received [...]

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Filled Under: BAH Benefits, G.I. Bill, MGIB, Military Education Benefits, Post-9/11 G.I. Bill, Yellow Ribbon Program - Bob Boone @ November 17th, 2010
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Am I, my spouse or children eligible for any educational benefits?
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I enlisted in the Navy December 1976 and was Honorably discharged in June 2001 from active duty. Am I still eligible for any benefits or are my children or spouse eligible? - Bill R
First and foremost you are still eligible to use the Chapter 30 Montgomery GI Bill  (MGIB).  This has a use or [...]

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Filled Under: G.I. Bill, MGIB, Military Education Benefits, Post-9/11 G.I. Bill, State Programs - Visitor @ October 20th, 2010
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Can my husband transfer his remaining Post 911 Bill to me?
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I have 24 months left on my Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB -CH 30).  My husband has 17 months under the Post 911 GI Bill and I am his dependent. I have used 12 months of my MGIB - CH 30 but am now changing my major so I have to start over again.  Can he [...]

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Filled Under: G.I. Bill, MGIB, Military Education Benefits, Post-9/11 G.I. Bill - Visitor @ October 18th, 2010
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Are there any education benefits available that our daughter could use for college?
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My husband retired from the Air Force in 2003 after serving 21 year.  He has a 60% disability rating from the VA. He had the GI benefits from before the Montgomery GI Bill, which he used to obtain his degree while he was in the military.   He is eligible for a 60% tuition [...]

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Filled Under: G.I. Bill, MGIB, Military Education Benefits, Military Scholarships, Post-9/11 G.I. Bill, State Programs - Visitor @ October 1st, 2010
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Are there any educational benefits for me as a dependent of a sailor?
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I am a 21 year old college student.  My father is in the United States Navy.  He is currently using his GI Bill.  I was informed I could still receive some type of benefits and or compensation since he has never paid child support.  Is this true? - Porsha D
There are at least three ways [...]

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Filled Under: Dependents Educational Assistance (DEA), G.I. Bill, MGIB, Military Education Benefits, Post-9/11 G.I. Bill, State Programs - Visitor @ September 20th, 2010
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Can I use my husband’s MGIB Education Benefits?
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My husband is a 100% PT disabled veteran of the Army.  I have a good understanding of the Dependents Educational Assistance (DEA) benefits.  What I need is some information regarding transferring Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB) benefits.  He was separated in 2004 and I know there is only ten years to use these benefits.  I also [...]

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Filled Under: Dependents Educational Assistance (DEA), G.I. Bill, MGIB, Military Education Benefits, State Programs - Bob Boone @ September 15th, 2010
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How do I add additional months to my son”s Post 911 Gi Bill account?
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I am retired military and transferred some of my Post 911 GI Bill Benefits to my son before retirement.  How do I add additional months to his account?  Thanks - Rob W
You can transfer up to 36 months of benefits to a dependent.  So whatever the balance is that you have remaining can be transferred [...]

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Filled Under: G.I. Bill, Military Education Benefits, Post-9/11 G.I. Bill, Yellow Ribbon Program - Bob Boone @ September 14th, 2010
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