NYSC Relocation Process For 2015 Batch A Corps Members

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Last Updated on January 24, 2016 by Larious

IMG-20141201-00152Firstly, I need to Congratulate all the prospective corps members who qualified to be among the 2015 batch A exercise, Though we have stream1 and 2 and the stream 1 are  going to their  Nysc orientation camps on the 5th of May 2015,

UPDATE: NYSC 2016 Batch A : How To Get The State Of Your Choice

Also for the stream 2 orientation camp would commence on 2nd  of June 2015.  As a serving corps member currently, the need to inculcate our latest “Otondo’s” The prospective corps members in Batch A Nysc exercise on the relocation process and all information needed relating to relocation and redeployment processes in orientation camp before you complete your “21 Days” in your various prospective Nysc Orientation camps across the country.

Below is a detailed approach on relocation process In Nysc Orientation Camp.

Relocation Process In Nysc Orientation Camp:

Firstly, we all know those prospective corps members deployed to Boko haram infested states are given top relocation priority and relocation process is open to all, If you want to relocate and redeploy to another state just fill the relocation form when it’s given in camp, Also for those who don’t want to relocate should just ignore the relocation form. If you want to relocate, it is mandatory to fill the relocation form, failure to do so would result you going to the state after your orientation camp is over.

A friend of mine experienced this last year, when we were all busy filling our relocation forms, he was busy moving with the biggest boys in camp and he didn’t fill the relocation form, on the day we were to leave camp, our letter of relocation and redeployment was shared and he was posted to Adamawa state, he was crying #Lolz, “come and see big boy crying” Not only him though, some other guys and girls were also posted to Adamawa state based on the fact they refused to fill the relocation form while in camp. Currently he’s serving in Ogun state, i really don’t know he did it though, #Boys always have their wayz Coded level trips#
We that filled the relocation form and even attached medical report and also undergone interview, we were not given our choice state but relocated to somewhere close to the initial chosen state.

While some of us were given their choice state, even those that used insecurity got their choice state. It all depends on the state you choose and also Nysc decision. I heard some people did Runs in camp and got their choice state #Coded trips#

I was a prospective corps member in the stream 2 2014 Nysc batch C which took place November 26th 2014, I was deployed to Adamawa state but our orientation camp took place in Benue state. Few days after the camp registration was over, relocation forms were given to all corps members interested in relocation and redeployment, I initially went to camp with my medical report from a state hospital, though it was an authentic medical report, I was so sure of myself that I would be given any state I choose based on the fact I got an authentic medical report. To my greatest surprise I heard they would conduct interview for those who had medical issues and using medical report based for relocation. I was well prepared for the interview, the interview were conducted by medical corps members though, so after the interview I was optimistic I would be given my choice state, because I choose Ogun state based on the fact I was tired of Lagos life, I was born and breed in Lagos, I needed a change. So I choose Ogun state, on the day camp was ending our relocation letter was shared by our platoon officer. To my greatest surprised I was relocated to ‘Edo state” and not Ogun state.  I wasn’t happy with the decision, but i got no choice, Edo state is still better than Adamawa state, Also its far from home. I get to have new experiences, meet new people, learn new languages and also broaden my life and be a Man living alone and all. Am currently still serving in Ekpoma, Edo state.

So sorry for the long story above, am only sharing my personal experience with you guys. Let’s get started on the relocation process below:

The National Youth Service Corps will only consider relocation requests that meet the requirements below:

Marital Ground: Marital ground is usually only considered for female corps members who want to move to the state of residence of their husband. A corps member who wants to be relocated to another state, should after the Swearing-in Ceremony apply in his/her writing stating why he/she wants to be relocated. The application should be addressed to the Director-General through the State Coordinator. If you are applying on marital ground, you are to attach the following:

Marriage Certificate

  • Change of name in any of the National Newspaper
  • A letter from your husband’s office as an evidence that your husband is domiciled in the state you want to relocate to.

Medical Ground: You will need a medical report from our institution’s medical Centre or a recognized General Hospitals, Federal Medical Centers, Military/Police Hospital reports. And claimed to medical case history are subject to further confirmation to establish their authenticity.

Security Ground: States affected are: Borno, Adamawa, Gombe, Yobe, and other Northern states in that region. This has been a major concern in the country and the trend of Boko haram is on the high-rise, most Northern states are not safe anymore, every day we hear strange news about Boko haram, moving from one Northern states to the next.

Below is a hand written relocation requirement for marital grounds and medical ground pasted in my Camp:

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Also below is the relocation form you would be given in your various orientation camps to fill for relocation and redeployment:



  • You need to write a hand written application letter stating your reasons for relocation and attached it to your relocation form when submitting.

NOTE: You can’t be relocated to your state of origin. Just forget choosing your state of origin as your chosen state.

Below is my hand written application letter


Finally, God would go with all Prospective corps members Batch A Stream I going to their Orientation camps on the 5th of May 2015, And also Batch A Stream II reporting in camp on the 2nd of June

Best of LUCK and God go with You All!!!

Wishing you guys the very best in your various orientation camps, and favor to be granted your desired state when relocating.

If you need more insight information, kindly add me on my BBM: 7A67E351.


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56 thoughts on “NYSC Relocation Process For 2015 Batch A Corps Members”

  1. Wow… u really did good by posting this online. Am also posted to adamawa state but ll camp in Taraba state. U have really alleviate my fears…

  2. av been posted to IMO state from Ibadan and av went deer to fill up my redeployment letter attached wit vital documents,we were told to leave due to fact of being a nursing mother.told us it will send to us and printout on our various relocation. pls is it as same in other states pls

  3. Thanks for the info dear but my question is this, must we go straight to our state of redeployment directly from camp ??? Or will the administration in charge give us specific instructions to follow… Please tell us how did you do it

    • Yes its possible to still relocate even after spending 3 months or more. You can fill the relocation form online or get an Nysc official to help you facilitates the relocation process in Abuja.

  4. Hi, pls I Wc to knw wen d 3month strt counting, is it frm d month una leav camp or d new month afta campin, Cos I left camp dis june 22nd dis year nd I Wc to redeploy so I dnt knw wen d 3month go complete. Tnks

    • 3 months doesnt matter, all that matters is your relocation granted, Process your relocation and hope its granted,Irrespective of when you start your relocation process, its until when its granted, it could take more than 3 months.

  5. Relocation after camp strts after 3month of service, Dts y I nid to knw wen d countin bgins. Cos av bin tryin to apply online kip bringin u av nt spend up to 3month.

    • Well, so sorry about that, But am not an Nysc official. I relatively dont have an idea on when Nysc starts counting their 3 months. But would help you find out.

  6. Have you complaint to your Z.1? your zonal inspector can change your PPA for you. But If you still want to relocate visit the Nysc website and fill the relocation form. All the best.

    • According to my source, he said the 3 months starts counting from the day you register at your local govt office, and PPA. Am really not 100% sure of this information. All the best.

  7. I am currently serving in kaduna, batch a, stream 2 but I am in lagos right now. An nysc official in abuja is helping me with ma redeployment and he asked me not to return to kaduna till my redeployment works out even when I don’t know how long that will take and the school I teach resumes early September.. what should I do??

    • You can’t just wait and seat at home when you dont know if the relocation process would be granted, why dont you ask the nysc official helping you out? If you just sit there and do nothing you probably might get an extension.

    • Get in contact with the nysc official helping you, to know what to do, if you dont inform your zonal inspector or your PPA and at the end the relocation didnt workout, you probably might be given an extension of service. So dont just wait n do nothing. All the best

  8. Your Comment *pls why is it that redeployment saga is highly treated and favored while in camp than when u live camp and apply online?

    • The main reason why after camp relocation process takes time to actually workout is simply because due process are being followed and sometimes your relocation might be delayed or not granted. While in camp the relocation process is quite easy to implement. Once its after camp i advise you find someone who can help you follow it up from nysc.

  9. Plz I want to know,what are the criteria for choosing who goes for stream 1 and stream 2? Is it pple who did late registration that does for stream 2 or what?

    • No one knows the criteria for being in stream 1 or 2, its Nysc that automatically decides that. But i got my own possible reasons, If a particular state is filled up with corpers, they had to move the others to stream 2 batch, Also it could be the actual time your institution submitted your name to the NYsc.

  10. Hello, I was searching Google if I could see any redeployment process for Batch B 2015. I really don’t knw if the same protocol is still in use or it has been changed. Pls I would be glad if you have any useful information about it.

    • Hi Larious,
      Good Job! Plz I have just been posted to Enugu state but I want to redeploy to Lagos state on marital ground, I have all the required documents but something I seriously don’t want is the name change My discharge certificate. Plz how possible do you think it is? And how can I go about it? Thanks and God bless

    • All redeployment processes is done online and also in the orientation camps. Taking along any documents doesnt guarantee you would be redeployed to your desired state.

  11. I relocated from kaduna to imo state and it was granted and we were ask to come back by january 4th for proper documentation but I want to know how long our posting will come out and if we are going to be paid our allowee for december and january

  12. Good day. I applied for relocation from sokoto to Lagos based on marital status&pregnancy. Was told to print my relocation letter when I get to Lagos buh advent seen anyfin yet bsds don’t know where & ao to print DAT. I was actually told to visit nysc site den print from relocation icon. Unfortunately, dere is mufin like DAT. Plz ,guide me

    • When you login in your Nysc profile, locate the relocation or redeployment section and see if your relocation to lagos is granted. Maybe Nysc have not approved your relocation process to lagos yet. Be patient.

  13. I didnt apply for relocation while in bauchi camp now i want to relocate cos i got scholarship to do my masters at a university of jos for one year and start by febuary. what step am i to follow and i dnt knw anybdy at nysc abj. i am in batch B 2015/2016 stream 1 urgent reply tnx

  14. Gud day sir, pls i will lyk to know wen d portal for relocation will be reopened, bcos some ppl said February while some said March. I rly want to be clarified. Tnx. Batch B stream 2

  15. I apply for relocation and is been granted,. But to print my letter I have to get clearance from state coordinator. Pls do you have any idea about this?

  16. Please bro,is it true that those who relocated on marital ground will not be paid their allowee until after 3months,after which they would be paid in arrears? Thank you.

  17. pls I want to relocate but I don’t have any medical report nor marriage certificate with me. Can I be able to do the relocation online without any of this but only because of my PPA that am not satisfied with?

  18. on the portal, there is no link for relocation except remobilization. Pls do you have any info on when they will be putting the relocation link. becuz time don dey go and I cant afford to have an extension or stay in my State of deployment as of now.

    • Am sorry, right now Nysc is focused on the mobilization of the prospective corps members, Relocation processes are placed on hold, except you know an Nysc official that can help you facilitates your relocation process. Give me a call and i can link you to my Nysc contact: 08039292587

  19. Comment: PLS am in batch a stream 1 2016, i want to relocate on line bt is not showing me anything, does it mean the relocation site is not yet open?

  20. pls I want to cancel d redeployment. is it possible? cos I received a congratulatory message DAT my request was approved but I need to meet d state coordinator


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