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Who’s covered?

  • Qualified dependents
  • Qualified survivors

What kind of benefits can my child get?

  • Health care
  • Compensation (payments)
  • Job training (also called Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment, or VR&E)

How do I get these benefits for my child?

You’ll need to file a claim on behalf of your child and submit this evidence:

  • A document showing the biological relationship between the child and the Veteran parent, and
  • Service records that prove the Veteran served in Vietnam or Thailand, or in or near the DMZ during the qualifying dates listed above, and
  • The child’s birth certificate, and
  • Medical records with the diagnosis of spina bifida or another covered birth defect

You can file a claim in one of these ways:

By mail

File your spina bifida claim by mail using an Application for Benefits for Certain Children with Disabilities Born of Vietnam and Certain Korea Service Veterans (VA Form 21-0304).

皇家棋牌Print the form, fill it out, and send it to this address:

VA Regional Office Veterans Service Center (339/21)
PO Box 25126
皇家棋牌Denver, CO 80225

In person

Bring your application to a VA regional office near you.
Find a VA regional office near you

With the help of a trained professional

You can work with a trained professional called an accredited representative to get help filing a claim for disability compensation.
Get help filing your claim

If you have a power of attorney and need to update their information, please call Veterans Benefits Assistance at 800-827-1000, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. ET.

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