So you've been offered a foreign posting - Do you accept? Have you discussed it with your partner and family? Do you know where it is? Don't make the mistake of assuming that your loved ones are as keen as you are about "going foreign"!
Medical and Dental
It is likely that you and your family may have concerns over the standard of medical and dental care whilst you are abroad. Don’t panic, but read on.
Organisations and Units
Been assigned abroad? Want to know more about where you are going? To get you started check out these sites written specifically with you and your family in mind.
You and your partner may have recently come to the UK, having been recruited in your home country. The first thing to say is welcome. It is hoped that your move went smoothly and the new life you are starting is a happy one but, we also acknowledge that things can be difficult. Adjusting to the climate alone can be a major undertaking!
For serving personnel the Navy Command Headquarters Terms of Service Team has produced an information guide,Immigration and Nationality - Issues of potential interest to Foreign and Commonwealth nationals serving in the Naval Service.
This guide is only available via the Intranet.
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