(3) A misdemeanour. Any person who obtains his own summons, appointment or separation by several false representations or concealments in transcripts of qualifications for convocation, appointment or separation thus obtained shall commit only an offence under section 83. (2) Receive salaries or allowances. Under section 83, a member of the military who presents himself or accepts an appointment without being lawfully separated from a prior summons or appointment should be charged only if that member has received remuneration or allowances in connection with the fraudulent summons or appointment. The government`s acceptance of food, clothing, housing or means of transport constitutes the receipt of allowances. However, what is made available to the accused during detention, detention, arrest or any other detention until trial for fraudulent summons or appointment shall not be considered an allowance. Obtaining salaries or allowances can be demonstrated by indices. Once you have signed your contract to serve your country in the military, you are required to honor that contract, as the military is required to provide employment, health and dental care, promotion opportunity, and vacation (vacation). However, a soldier`s commitment to military service persists until it is completed. Generally speaking, this period is determined by the terms of the convening contract, but early termination may result from an administrative or disciplinary separation due to a specifically identified behavior of the member of the service.
There is no grey area for what is right or wrong in the military. The army and civil laws apply and can be referenced in the uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). (c) the summons or appointment of the accused was obtained or obtained by such knowingly misrepresentation or deliberate concealment; and NOTES: 1. Right to convocation. 2. The processing of a declaration of renunciation does not require a waiting time. 3. Six (6) months of waiting from the date of dismissal/separation from military service. 4.
Twelve (12) months of waiting from the date of dismissal/separation from military service. 5. Twenty-four (24) months of waiting from the date of dismissal/separation from military service. 6. Not allowed to convene – no waiver is allowed. 7. The applicant must demonstrate that the hardness or conflict has been resolved or no longer exists. 8. The applicant may apply for an Approved Family Assistance Plan (SPF) prior to the filing of the exemption if they are a lone parent or their spouse is a member of the armed forces (active or reserve). 9. Must submit an unloading package that validates the Separation Program Designater (SPD) to include all consulting procedures….