To get a VA Certificate of Eligibility, you need to gather proof of eligibility, fill out an application, and send in your form and proof. A VA Certificate of Eligibility allows current, retired or discharged service members and their surviving spouses to get a VA-backed home loan. The benefits of a VA-backed home loan include a lower interest rate, smaller down payment and no private mortgage insurance.Know More
You need proof of eligibility, which varies depending on which category you fall under. For example, an active-duty service member needs only a current statement of service, while a surviving spouse needs VA form 21-534, a DD214, a marriage license, and a death certificate or DD Form 1300 Report of Casualty.
Service members and veterans can apply online. Surviving spouses must apply by mail. Service members and veterans need to use VA Form 26-1880 Request for Certificate of Eligibility, while surviving spouses need to use VA Form 26-1817 Request for Determination of Loan Guaranty Eligibility.
Mailed forms need to be sent to VA Loan Eligibility Center. As of 2014, applicants must send forms and supporting documents to Attn: COE (262), P.O. Box 100034, Decatur, GA 30031.
To get a copy of your social security card, complete an application and take or mail it, along with proof of identity, to the Social Security office. Replacement cards are free, and applicants are allowed three cards per year, or a maximum of ten during a lifetime.Full Answer >
A JOE-4-OIL application is a form completed to determine eligibility for the JOE-4-OIL Heat Program. This program provides free heating oil to people that cannot afford to purchase it. The program is available in sixteen states as well as the District of Columbia.Full Answer >
A copy of Social Security application form SS-5 is required to apply for a Social Security card and can be found in the forms section of the Social Security Administration's website. It may also be used to apply for a replacement card or to request a change in a person's record.Full Answer >
Homemade trailers in Texas only need to be titled if the gross weight exceeds 4,000 lbs., and the process requires proof of ownership, application for certificate of title and a Prescribed Form of Statement of Fact for Ownership of Homemade/Shopemade Trailer application. If the trailer does not exceed 4,000 lbs., it does not need to be titled. However, the DMV still recommends keeping a record for it.Full Answer >