Are you considering moving from your present NYSC Orientation Camp or applying for redeployment but are unsure of how to proceed? You don’t need to worry too much because we’ll explain to you how to apply and get your NYSC Relocation/Redeployment approved in this article.
The NYSC expects you to have a real reason for considering moving from your present state of deployment before applying for relocation or redeployment, even though all corps members have the right to do so. It’s typical to feel the need to change your State of Deployment or Primary Place of Assignment PPA after receiving your NYSC call-up letter since circumstances might not turn out the way you had hoped or anticipated.
When you receive your NYSC call-up letter and learn that you have been deployed or assigned to a state you never wanted to go to, it can be distressing. But fortunately, every corps member has the option to apply for redeployment. PCMs must make sure they follow the correct processes for any reason you may need to request redeployment in order to be effectively transferred to another state.
There is such a thing as redeployment, but it can only be done on the basis of your security, marital status, or health. In this post, you will be shown ways to follow in other to apply for redeployment with the National Youth Service.
This is the procedure a corps member must go through in order to apply to be transferred to a different state, whether it be because they are newlyweds or because they have medical conditions that must not be treated by a hospital or physician in the state where they are being redeployed.
Relocation assistance is provided by NYSC to corpers to neighboring states, most lately as a result of security issues across the country. Online relocation exercises are now possible because of the complete computerization of mobilization processes.
Married women and those with life-threatening illnesses have the opportunity to upload their supporting documentation during the online registration process, which will then automatically send them to their spouses’ homes or medical facilities, depending on their situation.
Acceptable Reasons For NYSC Redeployment
Your redeployment request must be supported by one (1) of the three (3) factors listed below in order for NYSC to approve it.
1. Marital Reasons
This is exclusively available to marry female corps members who want to serve near where their spouses live. The following documentation is required to prove your marital status to NYSC in order to be eligible for redeployment based on this ground:
- Husband’s ID card (International passport, Voters’ card, or Driving license)
- Wedding pictures
- Marriage certificate
- Husband’s domicile letter
- Utility bill
- Newspaper change of Name
- A valid marriage certificate.
2. Security Reasons
This is only applicable to states that frequently see herdsmen or terrorist attacks; examples include Borno, Adamawa, Benue, Jos, etc. Your redeployment to another state is guaranteed if you have been sent to a state with security issues.
Please be aware that NYSC will not permit redeployment on security grounds if the state from which you wish to redeploy is one that enjoys a high level of peace.
3. Health Reasons
If you have a chronic disease that necessitates close medical supervision, you may be eligible to petition for relocation on medical grounds. However, you will be asked to submit a medical report from an accredited medical facility (ideally a public medical center) when completing the form.
Method Of Applying for NYSC Relocation Or Redeployment
There are two ways you can apply for NYSC relocation or redeployment: application with the camp or online application on the NYSC website.
1. Applying within the camp: By submitting an application for it while in camp, is one way you can draft your letter of redeployment. Interested corp members will have the opportunity to apply for relocation during the 21-day orientation course on camp, which begins during the second week of the program.
Usually, an application form will be provided to the potential corper. According to what was previously said, the corper would have to explain why they were relocating and provide documentation to support their claim. In addition to submitting the form, you will also need to include a letter of application for redeployment.
2. Applying online after camp: Obtaining relocation approval once the 21-day orientation camping trip was over proved to be a tough or, more accurately, impossible undertaking. Now that the NYSC board has made it simple to do so, you can still apply online for moving after the camp is complete. Your relocation authorization could be granted as soon as two weeks after you apply, rather than having to wait until after three months.
How to Apply for NYSC Relocation/Redeployment Online
- Visit the NYSC official website https://www.nysc.gov.ng/.
- Use the email address and password you used to register for an account on the portal to log in.
- Click “relocation” as you’re scrolling down.
- Enter your information properly in the fields provided.
The outcome of your application will be communicated to you via email or text message. In the event that your application is accepted, you must print the relocation letter.
How to Print NYSC Relocation/Redeployment Letter
- Go to the official NYSC website.
- Enter your email address and password to log in.
- Go to Manage Relocation and click.
- Pay $1000 (one thousand Naira only) and wait for the reroute to happen after the payment is successful.
- Following the online printing of your NYSC Relocation letter, print your payment receipt to serve as proof that your payment was successful.
Tips to Secure A Successful NYSC Redeployment
- If you’re applying based on a medical condition, obtain a medical evaluation from a civilian or military clinic. The goal of doing this is to lower the possibility that NYSC will accept a medical report from a for-profit hospital.
- The more recent the date, the more seriously NYSC officials will consider the frequently dated medical reports.
- The report’s date may raise questions about the reliability of your rationale for redeployment if it is a few days after you print your call-up letter. For instance, if your call-up letter was printed on March 22 and your medical report is dated March 28. The authorities are going to suspect you in a bad way.
- Upon arrival at the NYSC camp, complete your physical registration, then proceed directly to the camp clinic with your medical report to start the processing right away.
- If you are applying for NYSC for security-related concerns, they cannot redeploy you to your home state. As Lagos and Abuja are NO GO areas because of congestion, they are likely to transfer you to another state.
- You will receive the specific state where your husband lives if you are applying for a marriage-related cause.
Note: Referring to those who would apply based on a health or medical reason, you might not get the state of your birth or the state you desire. But in the majority of cases, NYSC will assign you to a location where they believe you will receive the required medical care.
Be careful to print out copies of the letter so you may refer to them while you deliver the message. All the best. We will be happy to respond to all of your remarks if you use the comments section below to ask any inquiries. We can provide assistance if you are having trouble completing the NYSC Relocation/Redeployment form on the NYSC Portal.