(b) After September 8, 1982, you will find that the travel renewal agreement is necessary for the purposes of recruiting and hiring staff and you must inform staff in writing that the travel renewal agreement for recruitment and engagement purposes is limited to two circuits that begin within 5 years from the date on which the employee first begins a period of successive missions. You must pay the transportation costs for the unilateral return of direct family members if the employee has successfully concluded their OCONUS service contract period. (c) Due to the mission of your agency, you travel to recruit or retain you as an employee, to fill a position requiring particularly qualified personnel or to occupy a position in a remote area. You must require a staff member to accept the terms of an employment contract: (c) otherwise, your agency may authorise temporary assignments and pay travel grants, including the payment of living expenses, for the long-term assignment, in accordance with Chapter 301 of this Title; or you must begin your first trip extension within 5 years of your first consecutive tour in Alaska or Hawaii. The rules also provide for a „special education allowance“ (SNEA) instead of the „at-post“ or „away-from-post“ education allowances listed by country/position in DSSR 920 or the „Home Study / Private Instruction“ education allowance in DSSR 274.12b for children eligible for the DSSR 271m. DOD staff are subject to a separate competence in education. Note: The transportation share of the „Away from Post“ fare should not be confused with the distinct educational travel benefit described below. See section 270 of the ESSR for more information on educational assistance. No, you don`t need to spend time at your actual place of residence to get a refund if you`re traveling elsewhere in the U.S. (except your actual home).
Overseas travel refers to your family and family`s trips, which return to your home in the United States, Alaska or Hawaii, between overseas missions. See § 302-3.222 for travel to a real home in countries other than the United States. 2. After the separation of the public service, but before the completion of the journey and/or transport authorised under this subparagraph. No, you do not need to sign a service contract to qualify for a TCS. Yes, if you have successfully entered into your service contract, you can transport your household items to a location other than your actual place of residence if you separate from the government. However, the costs should not be higher than what they would cost for your actual place of residence. Any increase in costs will be at your expense. As a general rule, you cannot be reimbursed for moving expenses you incurred until you have appointed a federal position and signed an agreement to remain in the service of the government 12 months after your appointment.
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