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What Is an SF 15 Form?

This document is, in other words, an application for a ten-point veteran preference. Retired soldiers, as well as those who suffer from physical/psychological injuries or diseases due to military service, can submit Standard Form 15. Family members are also given the option to complete the template on a veteran’s behalf.

The applicant can get between five and ten additional points to their final score after the examination of his/her case.

The following list will make an individual applicable to receive the first five points:

  1. He/she was a soldier who served in the US army between December 7th, 1941, and September 7th, 1980.
  2. A person was in the reserves, and then had active duty no less than 180 days between the beginning of February 1955, and the beginning of October 1976.
  3. The applicant also was in military service between November 1976, and October 1982, and received a campaign badge, medal, or was retired.
  4. The veteran has a current disability.

Those who have a Purple Heart or any disability connected with active duty can receive five more points. To find out if you can apply for this or any other help, visit or contact the Department of Veteran Affairs. They will provide you with a qualified consultation for your specific case.

What Documents Are Attached to The Application?

This template is connected with the individual’s work in the army, as well as with his/her disabilities. There are some general types of papers required when submitting your SF-15 Form:

  1. Papers proving active duty and discharge;
  2. Documents that include details concerning the non-compensable service-connected illness, as well as a compensable one;
  3. The soldier’s death certificate (if a family member completes the sample);
  4. The Mother’s Claim for Preference Because of the Veteran’s Total/ Permanent Disability;
  5. Papers of Annulment of Remarriage by Widow or Widower of the Veteran;
  6. Proofs of the Veteran’s Inability to Work due to healthcare problems connected with their military work.

Once all of the required pieces of evidence are collected, the person can complete the Form SF-15 using the information they contain.

Also, don’t forget to attach required copies to your application.