Last week, the Harry W. Colmery Veterans Educational Assistance Act, known as the “Forever G.I. Bill,” was signed into law. This law will allow more Veterans to use the G.I. Bill, as well as give them more time to use it. Want to know more? Check out some of the specifics per the Department of Veterans Affairs below:
These provisions go into effect immediately:
Most of the changes enhance or expand education benefits for Veterans, Servicemembers, Families and Survivors. To see these changes, check out the Department of Veterans Affairs. You can also learn more through your installation’s Voluntary Education staff.
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