What is the Veteran's exemption?

Beginning January 1, 2006 each head of household who has been honorably discharged from active service in any branch of the Armed Forces of the United States or Oklahoma National Guard and who has been certified by the United States of Veteran's Affairs or its successor to have a 100% permanent disability sustained through military action or accident or resulting from disease are entitled to claim an exemption for the full amount of the fair cash value of the homestead. In order to be eligible for the exemption authorized by this section, the individual shall be required to prove residency by laws or be eligible for the homestead exemption pursuant to law. 

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1. What is homestead exemption?
2. How do I apply for homestead exemption?
3. Must I reapply for homestead exemption every year?
4. Can active duty military personnel receive a homestead?
5. Can mobile homeowners receive a homestead exemption?
6. What are the benefits of homestead exemption?
7. What if I already have homestead exemption and my deed changes?
8. Are there any property tax relief programs for a person with low income?
9. How do I qualify and file for the additional homestead exemption?
10. What do I bring to the Assessor's office in order to apply for homestead exemption?
11. How do I qualify/apply for the state property tax credit or refund program?
12. What is the senior valuation freeze?
13. How do I apply for the freeze?
14. What do I bring to the Assessor's office in order to apply for the senior valuation freeze?
15. What is the Veteran's exemption?
16. How do I apply for the Veteran's exemption?