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Figure  13-14.—Transfer  to  the  USNR  and  Release  to  Inactive  Duty  of  USN  Personnel,  NAVPERS  1910/29
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Figure 13-15.—Release to Inactive Duty of USNR Personnel (Other than Fleet Reserve), NAVPERS 1910/30. UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION Under   the   Ex-Servicemen’s   Unemployment Compensation Act of 1958, the veteran maybe entitled to  unemployment  compensation  if  he/she  is  unable  to find a job after returning to civilian life. Although this Act was enacted by Federal statute, each state has implemented  the  law  as  it  pertains  to  the  state’s residents.  Therefore,  the  amounts  of  benefits  vary  from state to state. Veterans must comply with requirements of state unemployment compensation laws to be eligible for unemployment   pay   benefits.   Application   for Unemployment  Compensation  should  be  made  at  the appropriate unemployment office where the veteran is residing at the time. SMALL BUSINESS LOANS The Small Business Administration (SBA) has a number  of  programs  designed  to  help  foster  and encourage  small  business  enterprise,  including businesses owned or operated by veterans. SBA also assists veterans to become the owners of their own small businesses. 13-28

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