Posted on Jan 17, 2020
PO3 Norman Andrew
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Posted in these groups: Gibill_02 GI Bill
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Post 9/11 was approved for the Forever GI Bill. Just go use your GI Bill and it will be there
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SPC Stewart Smith
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Oh so it will expires though for Those that already expired
"Veterans whose last discharge or release from active duty is on or after January 1, 2013, will not expire"
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SPC Stewart Smith unfortunately I never saw that part before. That kind of sucks, but better than the old 10 year requirement for the MGIB
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SPC Stewart Smith
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SFC (Join to see) - the mgib actually let's you convert to the post 9/11 GI Bill and extend it to 15 years. It's what I did.
I was that idiot that took out a bunch of student loans instead of using my GI Bill when I got out so I'm using it now. Figured it can't hurt to get more school and $850 a month
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Who sent the letter? My understanding was the Post 9-11 GI Bill didn't expire.
Log in to ebenefits, it should list how much GI Bill you have left.
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SPC Stewart Smith
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If you ETSd before January 1 2013, it expires and you can't get anything from it.
It is worth calling the VA and speaking with someone in regards to it.
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PO3 Norman Andrew
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Spc Stewart Smith I etsd well before January 1, 2013
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SPC Stewart Smith
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PO3 Norman Andrew - you're out of luck, probably, but it's still worth calling them. They converted my mgib to the post 9/11 for me so I could finish using it
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