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UPDATED: Jul 31, 2018

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Asked July 31, 2018

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Unfortunately, the answer is most likely no.
 
USAA is open to active or retired and separated veterans with honorable discharge. Eligible family members are spouses, children, widows and widowers, and step-children. Membership is not available to siblings, parents, grandchildren, or any other relatives. The eligibility rules were set in place to protect the primary provider who has served and their immediate family members. USAA also allows former dependents of USAA members to rejoin USAA if they have stopped membership at any point.
 
You can contact USAA to speak directly with a representative in case their policies have changed.

Answered August 2, 2018 by Njcoverage

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