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So I haven’t filled for my ROC and my husband might be leaving in a few days. Should i go ahead and let him sign the form while he’s here and submit it later on? Also, if I’m planning to go out of the country with my son while my husband is gone, would me and my son be able to leave the country without the letter of consent from his dad (since he’s deployed). Any input is appreciated. Thank you!!


 


 

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1.  I would.

2.  Why can't he just write a consent letter now for your future trips with your son?


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13 minutes ago, missileman said:

1.  I would.

2.  Why can't he just write a consent letter now for your future trips with your son?

Doesn’t the letter of consent contains specific travel dates? We still don’t have a firm plan on when to go but we will. If the letter of consent doesn’t need specific dates, we could prepare before he leaves. 


 


 

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1 minute ago, RainbowMonkey said:

Doesn’t the letter of consent contains specific travel dates? We still don’t have a firm plan on when to go but we will. If the letter of consent doesn’t need specific dates, we could prepare before he leaves. 

I don't think it has to specify the exact dates......Another idea is that he could give you a notorized power of attorney for the length of his absence.  


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Yes, I would. My spouse was deployed when I submitted my ROC package.

 

My spouse always provides me a general power of attorney when he deploys. But, I don’t see how you can’t have a notarized letter of consent Valid for 1 year. Your spouse can have this done with Legal on base.

 


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2 hours ago, missileman said:

I don't think it has to specify the exact dates......Another idea is that he could give you a notorized power of attorney for the length of his absence.  

Thank you!


 


 

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2 hours ago, lierre said:

Yes, I would. My spouse was deployed when I submitted my ROC package.

 

My spouse always provides me a general power of attorney when he deploys. But, I don’t see how you can’t have a notarized letter of consent Valid for 1 year. Your spouse can have this done with Legal on base.

 

Thank you! Last time before he left for training he went to the legal office and ask for a power of attorney but they didn’t give him. We don’t know why. Do we need a lawyer if we’ll get a power of attorney off base?


 


 

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11 minutes ago, RainbowMonkey said:

Thank you! Last time before he left for training he went to the legal office and ask for a power of attorney but they didn’t give him. We don’t know why. Do we need a lawyer if we’ll get a power of attorney off base?

Did he have an appointment? 

 

Is he AF?


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On ‎10‎/‎31‎/‎2018 at 3:03 PM, RainbowMonkey said:

He’s army. And i asked some people they said you could just walk in for that. 

Normally you do need an appointment for POA preparation.


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