This guide, “married PCM document upload link” is for prospective corps members who married and will love to be posted close to their family.
It would be recalled that National Youth Service Corps on July 9 announced that it would open its portal for online registration portal for the 2018 Batch ‘B’ mobilisation exercise.
If your documents were rejected then your status as married would show rejected meaning your application to be posted close to your family had been disapproved by NYSC management.
Female married PCM: How to reupload your marriage documents and solve problem of married status rejected.
Here are some of the questions female married PCM are asking on nairaland:
My deployment status was disapproved on the grounds that my newspaper change of name was blurred and there’s no opportunity to re-upload my documents again. Please who knows what I should do next?
Check our guide below or use this link: https://portal.nysc.org.ng/nysc3/DocumentUpload
“I am also having similar issue … I was part of the left over for batch a and I uploaded all the necessary document that was asked for married woman but not until I was told to reupload it again for the current batch registration … I am confused”
Don’t be confused, follow this guide Married PCM Document Upload Link and get things done before the portal closes.
In a situation whereby NYSC rejected your marriage documents as a result of any of the following:
1) Blurred documents
2) Below the specified requirements
3) Irrelevant documents upload as a result of mistake etc
If your status reads: rejected it means your application as a married female PCM has not been approved, check the sample of an approved status below.
“Simply check the Concessional Deployment Approval Status(Marital)
Approval Status: Approved” (photo 1)
Do the following to upload your marriage documents on your NYSC portal using Married PCM Document Upload Link
Login to your NYSC portal using your login details. And leave the window
Open a new window within the same browser, and copy and paste Married PCM Document Upload Link: https://portal.nysc.org.ng/nysc3/DocumentUpload
The link above will take you directly to all the marriage documents you uploaded during registration.
Head straight to the documents that were rejected, click on edit then upload a correct documents.
For this Married PCM Document Upload Link to work for you, your scanned documents should not be more than 200KG, if it’s large than that, it will be rejected, but do not worry, we have another solution.
If your using a pad or tablet phone, take a clear snap of the document, edit it, then go to www.picresize.com and upload your document, select the required size you want to reduce the its size .
Please beware of fraud!
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NYSC details on the 2018 Batch on July 9 read:
All prospective corps members,”i.e Nigerians who have graduated from universities and mono/polytechnics both at home and abroad are to register for the mobilisation exercise between Tuesday, 10th July and 16th July, 2018.”
The statement gave a list of guidelines to help corp members with their registration.
Some of the guidelines include having a functional email address and Nigerian telephone numbers with which to register. “Such e-mail address and phone numbers must be maintained throughout the service year.
“For locally-trained graduates, only those whose names appear on the Senate/Academic Board Approved Result lists submitted by their institutions will have access to register on the NYSC portal
Foreign-trained prospective Corps Members should NOTE that ONLY those that graduated from accredited institutions are qualified for mobilization. Any foreign-trained prospective Corps Member who is in doubt of the accreditation status of his/her institution should approach the Federal Ministry of Education for verification.”
Other guidelines can be found in the statement issued on the Facebook page on Monday.