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claiming money back on immigration expenses

claiming money back on immigration expenses

Old May 29th 2001, 10:09 pm
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Ok, so I have my greencard, and i'm happily to a man in the USAF. However, back in London, I was told by the lady that gave me my interview at the embassy, to keep all my immigration receipts, because i'll be able to claim it back from the military, through pcs. Is anyone familiar with this? No one I know seems to know anything about it.
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Old May 30th 2001, 2:38 pm
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Hi,

THIS SHOULD NOT BE CONSTRUED TO BE LEGAL ADVICE. I AM NOT A LAWYER. I DON'T EVEN PLAY
ONE ON TV! I am, however, a retired Air Force officer and while I have never heard of
immigration expenses being covered through a PCS move, I'd suggest you check it out.

The best place to do so would be through the Judge Advocates office wherever your
husband is stationed. This type of legal advice is one of your husband's military
benefits. It's free and they will be happy to give him an opinion.

Ed MacNeil Ancient Aviator North Hampton, NH, USA

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