Last Updated on May 15, 2021 by Ope Quadri
This guide, “married PCM document upload link” is for prospective corps members who married and will love to be posted close to their family.
It would be recalled that National Youth Service Corps on July 9 announced that it would open its portal for online registration portal for the 2018 Batch ‘B’ mobilisation exercise.
If your documents were rejected then your status as married would show rejected meaning your application to be posted close to your family had been disapproved by NYSC management.
Female married PCM: How to reupload your marriage documents and solve the problem of married status rejected.
Here are some of the questions female married PCM are asking on nairaland:
My deployment status was disapproved on the grounds that my newspaper change of name was blurred and there’s no opportunity to re-upload my documents again. Please who knows what I should do next?
Check our guide below or use this link: https://portal.nysc.org.ng/nysc3/DocumentUpload
“I am also having similar issue … I was part of the left over for batch a and I uploaded all the necessary document that was asked for married woman but not until I was told to reupload it again for the current batch registration … I am confused”
Don’t be confused, follow this guide Married PCM Document Upload Link and get things done before the portal closes.
In a situation whereby NYSC rejected your marriage documents as a result of any of the following:
1) Blurred documents
2) Below the specified requirements
3) Irrelevant documents upload as a result of mistake etc
If your status reads: rejected it means your application as a married female PCM has not been approved, check the sample of an approved status below.
“Simply check the Concessional Deployment Approval Status(Marital)
Approval Status: Approved” (photo 1)
How to upload marriage documents on NYSC portal using Married PCM Document Upload Link
- Step 1: Login to your NYSC portal using your login details. And leave the window
- Step 2: Open a new window within the same browser, and copy and paste Married PCM Document Upload Link: https://portal.nysc.org.ng/nysc3/DocumentUpload
- Step 3: Head straight to the documents that were rejected, click on edit then upload correct documents.
The link above will take you directly to all the marriage documents you uploaded during registration.
For this Married PCM Document Upload Link to work for you, your scanned documents should not be more than 200KG, if it’s large than that, it will be rejected, but do not worry, we have another solution.
If you’re using a pad or tablet phone, take a clear snap of the document, edit it, then go to www.picresize.com and upload your document, select the required size you want to reduce its size .
Please beware of fraud!
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Married Female PCM: My preferred State isn’t in the list of Deployment State, what should I do?
NYSC Updates for Married Female PCM
This is the NYSC update for married female Prospective Corps Members (PCM) nationwide and the requirements they need to be mobilised.
NYSC has listed the documents needed by the married female PCM to upload on their NYSC profile before their application and posting can be approved.
NYSC online registration requirements for married woman
If you are married female PCM and would like to serve where your family is based, you’re directed to to upload the following documents.
- Evidence of Marriage (Marriage Certificate/Affidavit)
- Evidence of State of residence of husband
- Identity of Husband (e.g. Driving licence, National ID etc.)
- Letter from employer/Utility Bills
- NewsPaper change of name
All the above document should be scanned and be clearer.
100% of you uploaded below documents but when NYSC portal reopened, most of you were directed AGAIN to upload evidence of marriage certificate and ID of the spouse.
How Married female PCM can upload documents on NYSC portal
- Step 1: To upload these documents, please login to your NYSC Portal using the link https://portal.nysc.org.ng/nysc3/DocumentUpload
- Step 2: Scroll down and click on update documents
- Step 3: On the next page Add new document to upload,make sure you upload all the documents listed above and when you’re done, click on Submit.
“Ensure you upload all the required documents and bring the physical documents to camp for evaluation. Failure to bring valid documents will result in decamping,” NYSC says.
If your documents were rejected because they were not clear or you have been directed to “re-upload” your marriage documents use the same link we have in step 1 or see our guide on Married female PCM Document Upload Link.
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 the 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
- Copy of marriage Certificate
- Copy of evidence of Change of name
- Copy of husbands’ place of domicile during registration.
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.