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If I Have Forfeited My Rights To Benefits Under The Laws Of The Department Of Veterans Affairs, What Affect Does That Have On My Family Receiving Benefits?

If you have submitted a fraudulent statement or correspondence to receive benefits to the Department, your dependent family members may still receive benefits, even though your benefits have been forfeited.  However, if you are convicted of certain crimes the Department can take away all benefits from you and your family.

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