Married Female PCM: My preferred State isn’t in the list of Deployment State, what should I do?

Married Female PCM: My preferred State isn’t in the list of Deployment State, what should I do?

Married Female PCM: My preferred State isn’t in the list of Deployment State, what should I do?

Married female prospective corps members are given the privilege to serve in their state of residence, or where their spouse is based.

In one of the NYSC online registration we handled, we noticed that preferred state wasn’t among the deployment state.

If you found yourself in this kind of situation, here is the solution.

Solution to deployment state for married female PCM

Here is the fact:

List of deployment states in the NYSC registration portal for PCM has been designed in such a way that your own state doesn’t come up while making selection.

Most of the time the states that pop up are outside your geo-political zones.

Married female prospective corps members

There is an exemption for married prospective corps members. If you noticed that your preferred state isn’t coming up (it will not even come up), pick any state that come up.

The change of name, marriage certificate and other evidence of your marital status will be used by NYSC to post you.

That’s why it’s expected you to upload clear documents.

NYSC Important documents for married women to upload

  1. Copy of marriage Certificate
  2. Copy of evidence of Change of name
  3. Copy of husbands’ place of domicile during registration.
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Our final thought:

If your husband’s state isn’t on the list of deployment state, pick any of the available state, you’re definitely covered by the above documents.

The major thing is to make sure that the document uploaded documents are clear and legible. And don’t forget to obtain your medical report before camp opens.

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