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When I become a LPR, will I have the same benefits as a normal MIL spouse.

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Not true....who told her that?

 

EDIT:  Once you receive your military dependent ID card, you will have benefits.

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6 minutes ago, ohcoffeeeyes said:

Guy at MEPs and her recruiter, just before she got married that is.

Once you get your ID card, you can be enrolled in DEERS.........that isn't the first time a recruiter has spoken inaccurate words....believe me....although my recruiter was pretty good.....48 years ago....


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1 hour ago, ohcoffeeeyes said:

My wife was told she'd get BAH for me but I wouldnt get tricare and other benefits. Is this true?

Completely untrue...I got in to the DEERS system , got an ID, have benefits etc. Unfortunately, as with every branch of government. not everyone is well educated on the types of visas and it's intent-I just needed to provide my marriage certificate and a couple of calls later( to the right people), I was in the system and good to go.

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2 minutes ago, AAAA27 said:

Completely untrue...I got in to the DEERS system , got an ID, have benefits etc. Unfortunately, as with every branch of government. not everyone is well educated on the types of visas and it's intent-I just needed to provide my marriage certificate and a couple of calls later( to the right people), I was in the system and good to go.

Hmm . Yesterday have been at DEERS office here in MT , got my ID but the guy has told me that I have no right to any health insurance or anything. 

So today we plan to call VA benefits department and ask . 

We are both totally confused. 

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3 minutes ago, AAAA27 said:

Completely untrue...I got in to the DEERS system , got an ID, have benefits etc. Unfortunately, as with every branch of government. not everyone is well educated on the types of visas and it's intent-I just needed to provide my marriage certificate and a couple of calls later( to the right people), I was in the system and good to go.

Same for my wife.......


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2 hours ago, RedroseMT said:

Hmm . Yesterday have been at DEERS office here in MT , got my ID but the guy has told me that I have no right to any health insurance or anything. 

So today we plan to call VA benefits department and ask . 

We are both totally confused. 

Why would you not have any right to healthcare? Did they tell you why?

On the back of the card, what does it say on the medical section?

Edited by Londonergirl

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Completely untrue. I got enrolled in DEERS and had benefits before I even moved back to the United States. 


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Posted (edited)
3 hours ago, Londonergirl said:

Why would you not have any right to healthcare? Did they tell you why?

On the back of the card, what does it say on the medical section?

Believe me I have no idea, they didn’t tell .  .Have to ask more . 

Also ( since I am so confused about all ) is having a health care through your spouse considered a public charge? 

This new law has totally confused me and I am sorry if it is off topic 

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3 minutes ago, RedroseMT said:

Believe me I have no idea, they didn’t tell .  .Have to ask more . 

Also ( since I am so confused about all ) is having a health care through your spouse considered a public charge? 

This new law has totally confused me and I am sorry if it is off topic 

Did the VA tell you are qualified for Tricare or VA health care?  

Military benefits are not considered as public charge .


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  • Marriage: 7/30/2015
  • I-130 NOA1 : 4/27/2016
  • I-130 Approved :9/8/2016
  • Case received at NVC: 10/11/2016                               
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  • POE Dallas DFW on June 22, 2017
  • SS Card received : 7/3/2017
  • 2-year Green Card received in mail: 7/15/17
  • I751 mailed to Dallas PO Box: 3/28/2019
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2 hours ago, RedroseMT said:

Believe me I have no idea, they didn’t tell .  .Have to ask more . 

Also ( since I am so confused about all ) is having a health care through your spouse considered a public charge? 

This new law has totally confused me and I am sorry if it is off topic 

No

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