Code of Federal Regulations Title 38. Pensions, Bonuses, and Veterans' Relief § 38.21.6042 Entry, reentry and completion
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(a) Dates of entry. A veteran found eligible under the provisions of § 21.6040 of this part may not begin pursuit of a vocational training program before February 1, 1985, or later than December 31, 1992, except under the following circumstances:
(1) The veteran receives a pension award less than 120 days before December 31, 1992;
(2) Illness or other circumstance beyond the veteran's control prevent earlier entry.
(b) Entry precluded. In no event may a veteran begin a vocational training program after August 1, 1993.
(c) Reentry. The provisions of paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section are also applicable to veterans reentering a vocational training program following a redetermination of eligibility.
(d) Final termination of services. No veteran may receive assistance under this temporary program after January 31, 1998.
(e) Provision of vocational training and services during the period beginning February 1, 1992 and ending May 20, 1992. The provision of a vocational training program (including related evaluations and other related services) to a veteran under the provisions of subpart I of this part, and related determinations during the period beginning February 1, 1992, and ending May 20, 1992, is ratified.
(Authority: Pub.L. 102–291)
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