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When a military person is discharged a DD-214 form is issued. This form identifies the veteran´s condition of discharge, his time of entry into active duty and his time of release. There are several reasons a child may want this documentation.How do I get a copy of my father's DD214?
Print out the form and fill out all the necessary information for both your father and yourself. Sign the document testifying that the information is true and correct. Mail the form to the National Personnel Records Center (See Resources) or fax in the form (314-801-9195.) Expect to receive the DD 214 within 10 to 30 days.How do I get my DD214 from a military cemetery?
Call our National Cemetery Scheduling Office at 800-535-1117. We can help you get the Veteran’s DD214 or other discharge documents you may need. Mail or fax a Request Pertaining to Military Records (Standard Form SF 180) to the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC). Write a letter to the NPRC.How long does it take to get a DD214 from USCIS?
Mail the form to the National Personnel Records Center (See Resources) or fax in the form (314-801-9195.) Expect to receive the DD 214 within 10 to 30 days. Most orders are processed in 10 days, but the National Archives receives over 4,000 solicitations per day, so the process time may take slightly longer.