I Lied To The Department Of Veterans Affairs So That I Could Receive Benefits. What Can Happen To Me?
If you intentionally make a false statement, or even help someone else present a false statement regarding benefits to the Department, you will forfeit all of your rights and benefits under the laws administered by the Department. In addition, you may have criminal charges filed against you by the federal government and/or by the state government in which you live.
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