The VSO shall not deny an application for benefits on the ground that it does not present a situation conforming to a pattern for which there are predetermined standards of assistance. Developing custom LoginModules for different application servers can become complicated. Set up JBoss identity. JAAS is a standard Java framework to manage authentication and authorization tasks. Stacking LoginModules allows for defining scenarios in which more than one step is required to complete successfully for authentication to succeed. You can also set the name key to a username and the password key to a password in cases where your binary security token can be decomposed to retrieve username and password values.
So here the focus is on the LoginModule component implementation. The JBoss application server allows applications to be secured by declaring a security domain inside their deployment descriptor jboss. The VSO may, and only after consulting with the DVS authorizer responsible for reviewing that VSO's cases, disqualify the following categories of persons from eligibility for benefits. After the Authentication Provider finishes authentication, the Subject is passed to the WebLogic Principal Validator to sign, thereby making it valid. The city or town in which an applicant resided immediately prior to entering an institution or transitional residence is the place of residence for the purpose of an application for benefits. Extensible authentication over the EJB transport is not discussed further in this document because it is defined by the JAAS industry standard.
Pre-application Veterans' Benefits 3. The VSO then shall make a determination on the type and level of benefits, if any, which shall be granted to the applicant unless the determination requires prior approval. The spouse of a veteran shall lose his or her eligibility upon the issuance by the court of a final judgment; the eligibility for benefits of a veteran's spouse shall not be affected by the issuance of a provisional judgment. The necessity must have been caused by serious accident or illness to the applicant or to one or more dependents of the applicant. Army, Navy or Coast Guard; it does not include active duty for training purposes in the Army or Air National Guard, or active duty for training as a reservist in any branch of the Armed Forces. The following categories of persons may qualify as dependents eligible to receive veterans' benefits. Military Service Requirements In order to be eligible for M. Birth certificate or adoption record with name of eligible veteran as parent Death certificate. The applicant shall be entitled to challenge that presumption on the ground that the circumstances of the discharge were not dishonorable. That same city or town shall be liable for all benefits granted to the applicant or recipient, including the costs of his or her care in the institution or transitional residence. Military Service Requirement 3. The city or town in which the institution or transitional residence is located shall not be liable for the recipient's benefits unless it also qualifies as the last place of residence of the recipient, or the recipient declares residency in that municipality. The Secretary shall decide all controversies among towns, or between an applicant and a VSO, regarding the applicant's residence. Supporting Documents for Benefits Application 3. Massachusetts Residence Requirements 3. An application for benefits by or on behalf of the eligible child of a veteran shall be filed in the city or town where the child resides. If all the circumstances of the case, including age, physical condition, skills, length of time unemployed, economic conditions, etc. Discharges must have been under honorable conditions. Marriage certificate Death certificate. Secretary's Discretion in Determining Eligibility for Benefits. In all cases, the Secretary has the authority to waive the disqualification. The VSO shall determine an applicant's eligibility and need for benefits on the basis of information obtained from the applicant and through the VSO's own investigation. Secretary's Discretion in Determining Eligibility for Benefits 3. Eligible Dependents 1 Categories of Eligible Dependents. Public record or statements from the veteran or other knowledgeable people, showing that the applicant stood in place of a parent to the veteran for five years immediately preceding the veteran's wartime service. Eligibility for Veterans' Benefits. Separation decree Order for separate maintenance Order for support. The city or town in which an applicant resided immediately prior to entering an institution or transitional residence is the place of residence for the purpose of an application for benefits. Among the factors which may be considered in deciding whether to grant benefits in such cases are the reasons for the separation, the degree of the applicant's compliance with any court order for support, and the ability of each parent to support himself or herself and any children. In evaluating an application for benefits by or on behalf of the children of a divorced veteran, the VSO shall take into account the ability of both parents to support the children. Pre-application Veterans' Benefits With Prior approval, the Secretary may, on recommendation of the VSO, authorize or approve the payment of veterans' benefits for not more than 60 days prior to the date of the application. VSOs may take applications on behalf of their counterparts in adjoining cities and towns, but shall not be responsible for providing benefits, which are the responsibility of the city or town where the applicant resides. Skip to main content Resize text A A Translate this page to: Main Menu Benefits and Services.
We haven't gotten to this page yet. Determination of Eligibility 3. However, a person who resides for a year or more in an institution or transitional residence shall be deemed to be a resident of the city or town in which such institution or transitional residence is located. An applicant or recipient who is legally or consensually separated shall file a separate application for benefits in his or her respective city or town.
An applicant lacking a present abode shall be required to provide an affidavit stating his identity, his last place of residence, and his intention to establish an abode within the city or town in which he applies. Birth certificate of veteran with name of parent.
The eligibility for benefits of a veteran's children shall not be affected by any change in the veteran's marital status. The determination and recommendation of the VSO shall be made available in writing to the applicant and shall include facts supporting the determination and recommendation and reference to the applicable statutes or regulations. The determination of a VSO that an applicant is or is not eligible for or does or does not need veterans' benefits shall be supported by adequate evidence. When recipient's benefits are to be terminated because of neglect to support his or her dependents, voluntary unemployment or continuous unwholesome habits, the VSO shall send a Notice of Intent to the applicant at least 14 days before the issuance of a Notice of Action in accordance with CMR 8. Supporting Documents for Benefits Application 1 The applicant shall submit to the VSO, who shall submit to DVS, supporting documents to verify the military service, dependent status, marital status, income, school enrollment verification, and other categories as listed in CMR 3. With Prior approval, the Secretary may, on recommendation of the VSO, authorize or approve the payment of veterans' benefits for not more than 60 days prior to the date of the application. Breadcrumbs Home CMR 3. Unless the Secretary decides otherwise, a dependent shall not be eligible for benefits if the veteran is ineligible. An applicant who has received an undesirable discharge shall be presumed to be ineligible for benefits. The Veterans' Service Officer VSO shall make the initial determination of the residence of an applicant for veterans' benefits. A determination of eligibility will be made by the Secretary. The local VSO shall assist the applicant in his or her challenge by helping him or her obtain from the military service in which he or she served either a statement of the circumstances of the discharge or a copy of any court-martial which may have lead to the discharge. For children under the age of 18 written verification of student status shall be submitted with the January update. In order to be eligible for M. The VSO may, and only after consulting with the DVS authorizer responsible for reviewing that VSO's cases, disqualify the following categories of persons from eligibility for benefits. Birth certificate or adoption record with name of eligible veteran as parent. The VSO shall not deny an application for benefits on the ground that it does not present a situation conforming to a pattern for which there are predetermined standards of assistance. If you didn't find what you're looking for here, please check our new website , or contact the organization directly. Determination of Eligibility 1 Residence. Military service also includes service by members of the Merchant Marines who served in armed conflict between December 7, and August 15, , and who have received discharges from the U. The eligibility for benefits of the children of a divorced veteran shall not be affected by the fact he or she lives with the parent who is not a veteran. A veteran attending an educational institution shall be considered a resident of the municipality where he or she resides permanently, unless it is the same municipality.