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UPDATED November 2, 2016 – eBenefits is a Service of the Department of Defense (DoD) and Veterans Administration (VA) to provide convenient access ateBenefits com. Veterans can apply for online VA Health Benefits, make a payment, access their payment history, apply for home loan certificate of eligibility, check pension and compensation status and more. Service members can access service member civilian employment information, personal information, insurance, education benefits and more. We are in no way affiliated with eBenefits, continue reading for VA eBenefits login access.

VA eBenefits Login

Login to Apply & Check Status of your VA eBenefits. Go to the eBenefits homepage at and once the page opens, click on the VA eBenefits Login button on the top right corner or simply click this link. Once the page opens, enter your DS Login Username and password and then click the login button.

My eBenefits Website Registration

If you are not yet registered, then register for an account by visiting eBenefits homepage at and click on the Register link in the top right corner of the page. You will be asked to select a registration method of either your Common Access Card (CAC), Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) myPay Account or if none of those apply, you can state that you are either a Veteran, a dependent of a Veteran, a survivor of a Veteran or are registered in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS).

eBenefits Check My Status & Other Features

Key features include access to VA eBenefit Check Claims Status and Payment History, access to VA Home Loan benefits, and the ability to Request Official Military Personnel File.

Many services are available, such as the health care, veteran banks, veteran loans and veteran compensation. This web portal offers a private workplace named My Dashboard by which you can get quick access to eBenefits tools. This eBenefits tool helps to complete various tasks such as to update your personal information, apply for benefits, download your DD 214, monitor claims, view your benefits status, and manage your health. You will get this workplace after creating an eBenefits account. As well, eBenefits offers a list of links of other sites that give information about Veteran and military benefits.

Veterans can apply for VA home loan certificate of eligibility, apply for veterans’ benefits online (VONAPP), access VA payment history, check the pension & compensation claims status, and even request a refill for a prescription online. Service Members can get access to Service Member Personnel Information, Service Member Civilian Employment Information, Education Benefits, DoD TRICARE Insurance and more. Family members of veterans and service members can manage claims and profiles of their warrior.

my eBenefits Account Types

Basic Account: One can get an account immediately by applying online without verification of identity. VA will automatically offer a Basic DS Logon, if the person registers for a Basic account. A Basic account allows you to customize the site and view general eBenefits information to benefits yourself according to your needs. Basic account enables you to apply for some VA benefits, but this account does not provide personal information from DoD and VA systems. The main advantage of Basic Account is that you can upgrade more rapidly to Premium while you visit personally to a TRICARE Service Center or VA Regional Office.

Premium Account: There is a requirement of identity verification to get a Premium DS Logon to access Premium Account. Basic account access is must required to get a Premium account access on eBenefits. You can get a highest level of access to eBenefits by Premium registration. Here, you will be able to do everything that you can do with a Basic account. Additionally, you will get a personalized, secure eBenefits account which will provide personal information from your VA and DoD records. Personal information includes your VA Medical records and Official Military Personnel File.


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