I once worked for the U.S. Postal service, and was terminated from there
due to a psychiatric mental illness which caused me to to a lot of talking,
and the Postal service said that i was a proplem for the workforce. I was
sent to Physicians for evaluations, and they said i was not a danger to myself or others, but the Post Office still fired me. That was 18 years ago
(1987), and i have had a good work history since leaving, and no medical
relaps. Now i would like to re-enter the Post Office doing what i have been doing since i left there, and the Office of Personel Management (OPM)(This is the Human Resources Department for the Federal Government.) tells me that since i am a 30% Preferance Veteran, and that
i worked there for more than 3 years, i should have Lifetime Reinstatement Eligibility, and made mention that medical can get better.
The Post Office in this case put in my records nothing in regards to medical, but just that i was disruptive to the workforce, and they have lost
all of my medical records, they say they don't know how this happened,
but i still have my files and medical statements, and the Mail Handers Union also still have copies. Is there anyone out there thats knows how i could get my records corrected, and possibly re-enter the Postal Service? Thank you.