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What is the difference in a BDD claim and a Quick Start claim?

Service members should have about 60-180 days left on their active duty period and they should also be able to finish all the inspections before leaving the separation point in order to take part in the BDD (Benefits Delivery at Discharge) program. The members in service who have about 1-59 days remaining in active duty can get Quick Start claims. The Examinations for the service members are scheduled and conducted in the same state where the veterans or the members reside after completing their services. Then the regional office of jurisdiction would process their claims. It is important that VA must be provided with a valid address, email id and phone number before their separation from the service for forwarding any information to them.

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