The VA requires a certified copy of a veteran's service separation document to apply for burial benefits. I have the only original copy of this document as the copy kept on file in the national registry was destroyed in a fire. How can I get a 'certified' copy of this document?
1 Answer from Attorneys
There are two ways: (1) your county court clerks should be willing to certify a copy of the orginal and (2) order your discharge from the national archive site.
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