The MOD has released a new letter detailing the most up-to-date allowance support for Service personnel during the COVID-19 pandemic. It has combined all previous directed letters into one single document. This provides extra support and guidance for those overseas and in the UK due to COVID-19 and increased support and flexibility to a number of other allowances which are affected by COVID-19.
All allowances listed in the letter
See full details of the letter here.
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Due to COVID-19, the MOD had temporarily permitted families, who have children or are CEA claimants and moving overseas from the UK, the option to serve unaccompanied and be classed as involuntarily separated (INVOLSEP) until the end of August 2021.
This has now been reviewed and a new letter released advising that this option will be withdrawn from 1 September 2021 and families will need to live accompanied.
INVOLSEP status may be retained for three months from 1 September 2021 or until the soldier is accompanied, whichever is sooner.Back to top
DCYP has provided information and answers to commonly asked questions about SENA during COVID-19.4
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