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Veteran Affairs must take action during the public health crisis

Anciens Combattants doivent intensifier leur action contre le coronavirus (COVID-19)

NYLAG, et ses partenaires et prestataires de services juridiques, exhortent le Département américain des anciens combattants à donner suite à nos propositions visant à fournir une assistance aux anciens combattants de notre pays pendant la pandémie de coronavirus. 

  1. Suspendre les délais de demande de prestations VA jusqu'à au moins 60 jours après la fin de l'urgence nationale
  2. Accélérer de toute urgence les décisions concernant les réclamations et les avantages entraînant des difficultés financières
  3. Changer tous les examens en personne de la rémunération et de l'invalidité de la pension en examens de télésanté ou audio
  4. Prolonger l'accès aux subventions au logement pour les anciens combattants étudiants jusqu'à au moins 60 jours après la fin de l'urgence nationale
  5. Arrêter l'activité de recouvrement de créances jusqu'à au moins 60 jours après la fin de l'urgence nationale
  6. Fournir un accès gratuit aux soins de santé VA à tous les vétérans, quel que soit leur état de sortie, présentant des symptômes compatibles avec COVID-19

 

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