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Re(1): RAAF pension

I am getting a little rusty so it is best that I do not comment directly.

However good advise is available I suggest that she rings the Vet centre at Granville would have to be one of the best centres and they can get the facts from her. They will push out the right paperwork and follow it up through to the end. She does need to
be carefull as centre link rules are different to DVA and are very keen to pick and money that they can.

They also do not have any real understanding of how DVA works.

Depending of her mans service she could be able to draw a pension from DVA and be rid of centre link.Again the vets centre at Granville should be able to advise.

Every best wish to you both.


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