For a full listing visit, Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs Click Here.
Also, register at MYWISVET to upload your DD214 and it automatically populates you eligabilty.
1) Veterans Driver License Identifier is having a "Veteran" label identifier placed on your driver's license or state ID.
To be eligible you must have:
- Separated from service under honorable or general (under honorable) conditions.
- At least one qualifying period of active duty service (not including active duty for training purposes).
- Served at least two continuous years during peacetime, 90 days during wartime, or been discharged due to a service-connected disability, reasons of hardship, or a reduction in forces.
- Full-time National Guard/Reserve duty does not qualify as “active duty” under federal law.
- Active service for non-training purposes performed by National Guard/Reserve members under Title 10 of the U.S. Code may qualify as “active duty.”
3) Veterans Education Grant provides reimbursement of tuition to eligible veterans who have not yet been awarded a bachelor’s degree following successful course completion at an eligible UW, technical college, or approved private institution of higher learning, where reimbursement is determined by length of active duty service. Applications must be received no later than 60 days after the start of the course, term or semester for which reimbursement is being sought or the grant will be denied.
4) DNR - License Voucher provides for a free hunting or fishing license to eligible veterans who have separated from service within the last 365 days. To be eligible, a veteran must have served during a war period on or after September 11, 2001 and received an honorable or general (under honorable conditions) discharge from active duty, the reserves, or the national guard.
5) Property Tax Credit provides eligible veterans and un-remarried surviving spouses a refundable property tax credit for their primary residence up to one acre of land. To be eligible:
- A veteran must have entered service as a Wisconsin resident or
- Has resided in Wisconsin for at least five consecutive years
- As well as having a USDVA scheduler disability rating of 100% or 100% rating based on individual unemployability.