Following discharge from military service, Form DD214 is THE Number One document needed to access so many Veteran Benefits. Request Form DD214 online here... for yourself or a deceased next-of-kin relative.
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April 2017: In support of Women's History Month, ADVS Director Wanda Wright participated in the Chandler Public Library's America in Times of Conflict series, moderating a panel entitled “She Went to War”, which provides sharing of stories and leading conversations about wartime and military experience as it has impacted Arizona residents.
The series wraps up in April with a documentary, Debt of Honor, April 4, at the Downtown Library; as well as a book discussion on The Sympathizer on Saturday, April 8, at 10:30am.
The final program "Creating Peace from Conflict" will be a theatre and music performance on Saturday, April 22, 10am at the Chandler...
The Arizona Department of Veterans' Services is delighted to work in partnership with women veteran leaders and key event partners to offer this unique event to Arizona's women veterans. Click HERE or on the image at left for full details!
For women who have served or are currently serving in the military, you will find:
- Informative Educational Workshops
- Networking Opportunities
- Career Resources
- Pampering Services
- FREE: Refreshments * Lunch * Parking * More!
We hope you will enjoy our ADVS Monthly Update for January/February 2017. Click HERE or on the thumbnail image at left, to open the full-color PDF document, which may be printed for sharing with others. Or send your friends to this web page! See you in two months with more news and photos from the Arizona Department of Veterans' Services.
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GOT YOUR DD214?
Following your discharge from military service, your DD214 is THE Number One document needed to access so many Veteran Benefits. Request your DD214 online here!
On November 22, 2000 the U.S. Justice Department issued a memo declaring that the taxation and withholding of state income taxes from active duty military pay of Native Americans domiciled on their reservation was impermissible. Arizona withheld state income taxes from all active duty military pay from September 1, 1993 through December 31, 2005. Beginning January 1, 2006 Arizona no longer taxed active duty military pay and therefore discontinued state income tax withholding of this type of income. The Native American Veterans Income Tax Settlement Fund was established on July 1, 2016 to refund Arizona income tax erroneously withheld from Native Americans who served in the military while claiming tribal land as their domicile. ...
If you are a homeless veteran, at-risk of homelessness or a provider trying to assist a homeless veteran, please call the National Homeless Veterans Resource line at: 877-4AID-VET (877-424-3838).
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