Department of Veteran Affairs

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SEC. OF VET. AFF. 7iC

Department of Veteran Affairs

 

 


ABOUT

The Department of Veterans Affairs is charged with the responsibility for admissions to the Veteran, Very Important Person (VIP) and Visitor statuses, as well as their conduct and behaviour within the Habbo White House HQ and on the website. Employees, who have dedicated a long and loyal service to the White House, may apply for Veteran and VIP statuses. Employees, or otherwise, may also gain access to the Visitor status. Being a holder of any of these three statuses grants you various benefits, while it also, in the case of the Veteran and VIP statuses, serves as a testament to a prestigious career at the Habbo White House.

The Department is committed to managing our respected Veterans, VIPs and Visitors. In addition to the previously mentioned areas of responsibility, the Department is also responsible for all Veteran and VIP applications and oversees the process of unemployed Veterans and VIPs who desire to return as an employee.

 


LEADERSHIP                                                                                                                                           

 

The Department of Veteran Affairs is composed of various consultatory veterans and is headed by the Secretary of Veteran Affairs, a 7iC position currently held by trish89.

The Secretary provides general leadership of the department and heads the veteran and VIP application processes, as well as overseeing the conduct and behaviour of the Veterans, VIPs and Visitors and taking disciplinary action when deemed necessary. The Secretary is appointed by the President.

 


ELIGIBILITY

To be eligible for the Veteran, VIP or Visitor statuses, you must meet certain requirements. These requirements are set out in the STAR Act 2020, but are listed below for convenience:

 

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   Veteran ID

The Veteran badge is a prestigious group that consists of people who have dedicated a great service and loyalty to the White House. They also hold certain privileges, such as:

  • The ability to enter the White House HQ and most of its rooms without being employed,
  • The ability to obtain a 9iC+ position without becoming a Low Rank again,
  • The ability to attend certain White House events that would usually be reserved for employees,
  • The ability to run in a Presidential election without being employed.

In order to become a Veteran, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Must have worked at the White House for at least one (1) year continuously or non-continuously, with a record of it on the applicant's employee database profile,
  • Held at least a fifth-in-command (5iC) position or higher for at least two (2) consecutive months, with a record of it on the applicant's employee database profile,
  • Be recommended by 18 current Veteran ID holders
  • Majority approval by the Board of Trustees (BoT) via a motion.

You may apply to become a Veteran here. Once you have submitted your application and opened a file, you may begin asking for recommendations. When you ask Veterans to recommend you, direct them to the Veteran Affairs Portal on the website. The Secretary of Veteran Affairs will then let you know whether all requirements have been met and the application can be forwarded. For the application to be completed, the Board of Trustees must approve of the applicant. 

 

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   Very Important Person ID

Members of the Very Important Person (VIP) badge are considered exclusive members of the White House. With that, they possess privileges such as:

  • The ability to enter the White House HQ and most of its rooms without being employed,
  • The ability to obtain a 9iC position without becoming a Low Rank again,
  • The ability to attend certain White House events that would usually be reserved for employees.

In order to become a VIP, you must have held a seventh-in-command (7iC) position or above (7iC–1iC) for at least two (2) consecutive months with a record of it on the Employee Database.

 

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   Visitor ID

Members of the Visitor badge are exclusive members who are granted this status upon donating a sum of coins to the White House, privileges that come with being a holder of the Visitor status includes:

  • Entering the White House HQ and some of its rooms without being employed, given that they have favourited the Visitor ID,
  • Access to certain White House events that would usually be reserved for employees.

In order to become a Visitor, you must pay a one-time membership fee of 100 credits to the Board of Trustees or to the Department of the Treasury.

 


MISCONDUCT

The Secretary is responsible for monitoring VIPs and Veterans, and reporting any misconduct to the Executive Office of the President. If you spot any external breaking a law, please contact the Secretary or reach out to a member of the Executive Office of the President.

 


CONSULTATORY VETERANS

Consultatory Veterans were implemented by Part 4 of the STAR Act 2020, which allows Veterans to come back to the White House in the capacity of branch consultants. Their job would be to aide employees in their assigned branch, without officially being deemed as an employee of the White House.

If you are a Veteran and wish to become a Consultatory Veteran, please contact the Secretary for more information.

The current Consultatory Veterans are:


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JUDICIAL LEGISLATIVE SECRET SERVICE

 


RESOURCES

  • Veteran Affairs Portal – This is where Veteran applicants can see the progress of their application and the number of recommendations they have received. If you are already a White House Veteran, this is where you submit recommendations.
  • Department Spreadsheet – The spreadsheet serves as the DoVA database that includes a Veteran application tracker, VIP eligibility tracker, lits of all existing Veteran, VIPs and Visitors, a list showcasing bade actions and a list of current and past consultatory veterans and department assistants. This spreadsheet is managed and updated regularly by the Secretary.
  • STAR Act 2020 – This Act of law defines the roles of Veterans, VIPs and Visitors; explains the Department of Veteran Affairs, department assistants and consultatory veterans; and provides the requirements for the Veteran and VIP statuses.

 


CONTACT INFORMATION

If you have any questions, concerns or would like to report a Veteran or VIP's misconduct, please get in contact with the Secretary of Veteran Affairs.

Last updated on 06/09/2020 06:31 PM BST by trish89