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To Receive a DAV ID Card
You must bring in the VA letter (VA 20-8992), which states that you are authorized Commissary and Exchange privileges and whether or not any further physicals are required. Also, a copy of your DD-214 must also be brought with the VA letter.
This VA letter will start out as follows: "The following certificate is furnished for your use in obtaining..."
Contact your local VA rep if you need this letter. No other type of letter will be accepted, this is per DOD and DOT ID card regulations, which state:
"Documentation from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for honorably discharged veterans who are evaluated 100-per-cent disabled must certify that the veteran is entitled to commissary and exchange privileges and indicate whether a reevaluation is necessary. In addition to VA certification, the veteran must also present a DD Form 214, "Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty"
Bring the VA letter and a copy of your DD 214 into the ID card office and the proper ID will be issued to you.
If your card needs to be re-issued due to one of the following reasons, be sure to bring in the proper documentation as stated below.
Mutilated Card: Bring your card and your DAV letter.
Lost or Stolen Card: Bring your VA letter and a copy of your DD Form 214.