provided via the NE Department of Motor Vehicles website - please follow the links for more information
Disabled American Veteran License Plates
Available to any person who is a veteran of the United States Armed Forces, who was discharged or otherwise separated with a characterization of honorable or general (under honorable conditions) and who is classified by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs with a disability that is 100% service-connected.
Ex-Prisoner of War License Plates
Available to any person who was discharged or otherwise separated with a characterization of honorable or who is currently serving in the United States Armed Forces, and was captured and incarcerated by an enemy of the United States during a period of conflict with that enemy.
Pearl Harbor Survivor License Plates
Available to any person who was discharged or otherwise separated with a characterization of honorable from the United States Armed Forces and was a member of the United States Armed Forces on December 7, 1941 and on station, not to exceed a distance of three miles from shore, during the hours of 7:55 am to 9:45 am, Hawaiian time at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Purple Heart License Plates
Available to any person who is a recipient of the Purple Heart Award.
Gold Star Family License plates
Available to families of persons who have died while in good standing on active duty in the military service of the United States.
To be eligible for Gold Star Family plates the applicant must be:
There is no limit to the number of vehicles owned by an eligible family member that may be registered with Gold Star plates.
Handicapped Parking Permits
Available at no charge to all individuals who qualify. To qualify, the applicant must have a certified medical condition that limits personal mobility resulting in the applicant's inability to travel more than two hundred feet without assistance such as a wheel chair, crutch, walker, prosthetic or other device.
Disabled Veteran Motor Vehicle Tax Exemption
Available for one motor vehicle owned and used for his or her personal transportation by a disabled or blind veteran of the United States Armed Forces.
Military Exemption & Renewal of Driver's License
There are special driver’s licensing rules if you are on active duty in the military and stationed outside of Nebraska. These rules also apply to family members of active duty military personnel. If your driver’s license was valid on or after August 27, 1971, your driver’s license is valid while you are on active duty and for 60 days following discharge or your return to Nebraska, whichever is later.
If you are a family member, the person in the military must hold a valid Nebraska license for you to qualify for the military exemption.
provided via the Nebraska Game & Parks Commission website - please follow the link for more information
Nebraska residents who are veterans may receive a fee exempt hunting or fishing permit if they are 50 percent disabled as a result of injuries incurred in the line of duty while in the Military or receives a pension from the Veterans Administration as a result of a total permanent disability not incurred in the line of duty in the Military Service. To obtain one of these fee exempt permits, your disability application must be signed and verified by the Veterans Service Center Manager, whose address is on the front of the veteran's application. These permits are fee exempt and good for the life of the veteran.
Nebraska residents who are veterans may qualify for a Veteran's Hunting/Fishing Permit for a fee of $5 if they are 64 years of age or older and a veteran that has served active duty service other than basic training. To obtain a Veteran's permit for Hunting/Fishing, you must complete an application form and return it to your nearest Nebraska Game and Parks Commission office along with a copy of your DD Form 214 that verifies dates of service, and the $5 fee. The Veteran's permit must be renewed each year for a fee of $5.
provided via the Nebraska Department of Revenue website - please follow the link for more information
The Nebraska Homestead Exemption Program is a property tax relief program for three categories of homeowners:
There are income requirements and home value requirements for all categories except for a disabled veteran whose home has been substantially contributed to by the Department of Veterans' Affairs (VA). The income limits are on a sliding scale.
The State of Nebraska reimburses counties and other governmental subdivisions for the reduction in tax due to homestead exemptions.
For this purpose, the definition of a veteran is a person who had been on active duty in the armed forces of the U.S., or a citizen of the U.S. at the time of service with military forces of a government allied with the U.S., during the following date ranges:
A veteran must have received an honorable discharge or general discharge under honorable conditions.
provided via the Nebraska Department of Labor website - please follow the link for more information
The Nebraska Department of Labor provides specialized services to the men and women in the U.S. Armed Forces who have bravely served our country. Career Centers have specially-trained veterans staff to assist other veterans with employment and training opportunities.
provided via the United States Department of Labor website - please follow the link for more information
Veterans' Employment & Training Services (VETS)
VETS proudly serves Veterans & Service Members providing resources and expertise to assist and prepare them to obtain meaningful careers, maximize their employment opporunities and protect their employment rights.