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New York Consolidated Laws, Social Services Law - SOS § 169. Eligibility

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Each of the following persons who is a resident of the state on the date of making application for veteran assistance shall be eligible for such assistance if he or she is unable to provide for himself or herself, or is unable to secure support from a legally responsible relative, and is not receiving needed assistance or care under other provisions of this chapter, or from other sources:

1. A veteran;

2. The wife, husband, child or grandchild under the age of twenty-one years, father, mother, stepfather or stepmother of a veteran, if living with the veteran;

3. The unremarried surviving spouse of a veteran;

4. The dependent children under the age of twenty-one years or the incapacitated children of a deceased veteran.

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