41 CFR Part 302-3, Subpart C - Types of Transfers
Relocation of Two or More Employed Immediate Family Members
- § 302-3.200 — When a member of my immediate family who is also an employee and I are transferring to the same official station, may we both receive allowances for relocation?
- § 302-3.201 — If my immediate family member and I both transfer to the same official station in the interest of the Government, may we both claim the same relocation expenses?
- § 302-3.202 — If my immediate family member and I both transfer to the same official station, may we both claim the same relocation allowances for the same non-employee family member?
- § 302-3.203 — If I am transferring in the interest of the Government and my employed immediate family member(s) transfer is not in the interest of the Government, will he/she receive relocation allowances?
- § 302-3.204 — When an employed immediate family member and I are transferring in the interest of the Government, what information must we submit to our agency?
Reduction in Force Relocation
- § 302-3.205 — If my transfer is involuntary (due to i.e., reduction in force, cessation, or transfer of work), is it considered to be in the interest of the Government?
- § 302-3.206 — If I am re-employed after a separation by reduction in force or transfer of functions, may my agency pay me a relocation allowance?
- Overseas Assignment and Return
Overseas Tour Renewal Agreement
- § 302-3.209 — What is overseas tour renewal travel?
- § 302-3.210 — What is an overseas tour of duty?
- § 302-3.211 — What is an allowance for overseas tour renewal travel?
- § 302-3.212 — How do I know if I am eligible to receive an allowance for overseas tour renewal travel?
- § 302-3.213 — What allowances will I receive for tour renewal travel?
- § 302-3.214 — May I receive reimbursement for tour renewal travel when my travel is between two places within the United States?
- § 302-3.215 — Will I be reimbursed for tour renewal travel from a post of duty in Hawaii and return to a post of duty in Alaska or for such travel from a post of duty in Alaska and return to a post of duty in Hawaii?
- § 302-3.216 — When must I begin my first tour renewal travel from Alaska or Hawaii?
- § 302-3.217 — Will my family or I receive per diem for en route travel from my post of duty to my actual place of residence in the U.S.?
- § 302-3.218 — Are there any special circumstances when my agency may authorize me travel and transportation expenses for my tour renewal travel in Alaska or Hawaii?
- § 302-3.219 — Is there a limit on how many times I may receive reimbursement for tour renewal travel?
- § 302-3.220 — May my family and I travel to another U.S. location (other than from my actual place of residence) under my tour renewal agreement?
- § 302-3.221 — If I travel to another place in the U.S. (other than my actual place of residence) am I required to spend time at my actual place of residence to receive reimbursement?
- § 302-3.222 — Will I be reimbursed if I travel to another overseas location (instead of the U.S.)?
- § 302-3.223 — What happens if I violate my new service agreement under a tour renewal assignment?
- § 302-3.224 — If I violate my new service agreement, will the Government reimburse me for return travel and transportation to my actual place of residence?
Prior Return of Immediate Family Members
- § 302-3.225 — If my immediate family member(s) return to the U.S. before me, will I be reimbursed for transporting part of my household goods with my family and the rest of my household goods when I return?
- § 302-3.226 — Will the Government reimburse me if I am not eligible to return with my immediate family member(s) to the U.S. and choose to send them at my own expense?
- § 302-3.227 — If I become divorced from my spouse or terminate my committed relationship with my domestic partner while OCONUS will I receive reimbursement to return my former spouse or domestic partner and dependents to the U.S.?
- § 302-3.228 — Is my dependent who turned 21 while overseas entitled to return travel to my place of actual residence at the expense of the Government?
Title 41 published on 2014-07-01
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