Do you know it is possible to change from one sate to another as a corp member? This article gives you a guideline on how to be redeployed from one state to another.
This Guidelines encompasses who to approach and on what grounds will a redeployment request be considered by NYSC board. The National Youth Service Corps has the following will only consider request that meet the requirements below:
How to Redeploy from one state to another (NYSC)
Redeployment or relocation request by any corps member must be approved by the Director-General of NYSC. Even the State Coordinator does not have the power to approve relocation from one state to another. The NYSC state coordinator can recommend deserving corps members relocation.
Relocation conditions to be met by Corper:
Redeployment are considered on MARITAL OR HEALTH GROUND. SECURITY has been added to that list. Marital ground is usually only considered for female corps members who want to move o the state of residence of their husband.
A corps member who wants to be relocated to another state, should after the Swearing-in Ceremony apply In his/her writing stating why he/she wants to be relocated. The application should be addressed to the Director-General through the State Coordinator. If you are applying on marital ground, you are to attach the following:
- Marriage Certificate
- Change of name in any of the National Newspaper
- A letter from your husband’s office as an evidence that your husband is domiciled in the state you want to relocate to.
For those applying on medical ground, a medical paper from our institution’s medical paper from our institution’s medical Centre or recognized General Hospitals, Federal Medical Centres, Military/Police Hospital reports and claimed to medical case history are subject to further confirmation to establish heir authenticity.
This guide should enlighten you more on how to NYSC corps members can redeploy from one state to another.