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Veterans Bill of Rights
Veterans’ Bill Of Rights

Veterans, you have the right to:

·       File a written application for veterans’ at anytime. You can insist upon this right, even if told that you are ineligible.

·       Get help from your local or town veterans’ agent or town  clerk in completing your application.  [ M. G. L Chapter 115, Section 3]

·       Receive a full explanation of the services and veterans’ benefits available under M.G.L. Chapter 115, as well as other available benefits.

·       Receive a written notice and explanation of the approval or denial of your explanation of the approval or denial of your application for benefits.  [108 CMR 8.02(1)]

·       Be treated with dignity and respect and to receive accurate, courteous, and timely service.

·       Appeal and request a hearing if your disagree with any action taken in your case [108 CMR 8:07(1)]

·       Expect confidentially; personal information will not be collected or used except for the purpose of determining your eligibility for benefits.

·       Receive fair and equal treatment without regard to veterans’ status [M.G.L. Chapter 151B, Section 3]

·       Preference in public employment.[M.G.L., Chapter 31, Section 25 and Chapter 41, Section 112]

For additional information on your rights, speak to your local, city or Town Director of Veterans’ Services/Veterans Service Officer by calling your local City or Town Hall, or call the Department of Veterans Services at (617) 210-5480.

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