How do I check the status of my DD-214 request?

How do I check the status of my DD-214 request?

You can also check the status of your military records request by signing in to milConnect and going to the Personnel File tab within the Defense Personnel Records Information (DPRIS) section. This is also where you’ll view and download your files once they’re ready.

How long does it take to get military service records?

about 10 days
Allow about 10 days for us to receive and process your request, then you may check the status of your request. These forms are ONLY for status updates for EXISTING requests from the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC).

How long does a DD-214 request take?

DD-214s can be requested either on-line or by mail. You will receive your DD-214 from the Archives in about about three to four weeks. You must have a working printer attached to your computer if you use the online request form. For a mail request, you can download the paper application here.

How do I track down my military records?

You can find veterans’ military service records from World War I to the present from the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC). The NPRC houses many types of records, including Official Military Personnel Files (OMPF).

How do I check my veteran status?

To verify Veteran status, CVE generally requests the applicant to provide official documentation from the military such as an individual’s DD-214 form. A letter of explanation will not satisfy this requirement.

Why is my DD-214 taking so long?

The government processes DD214 requests on a first-come, first-served basis. The queue is getting longer by the hour. The longer you wait, the longer it will take to receive your DD214 (by weeks or months).

What is your military service status?

Military status means any person who is engaged in “service in the uniformed services,” and a member of the “uniformed services” or a veteran.

How long are MEPS records kept?

If an applicant processes but chooses not to enlist, the MEPS retains the records for two years. If an applicant is disqualified the MEPS retains the records for seven years.