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Appeal to the Reserve Forces Appeal Tribunals (RFAT) if you're a reservist and your claim for financial assistance been turned down
You can appeal to the Reserve Forces Appeal Tribunals (RFAT) if your claim…
You’ll be told straight away when your appeal has been received. You’ll…
What happens at the hearing You (or your legal representative) will…
You cannot appeal if you lose the case. In exceptional circumstances, you…
The tribunal must follow the rules and process in: the Reserve Forces…
The Work and Health Programme helps you find and keep a job if you're out of work - eligibility, how to claim.
Appeal a call up into the reserve forces - request exemption if you're called out into service or ask for exemption for an employee if their request's been turned down
You can appeal to the Reserve Forces Appeal Tribunals (RFAT) if: you’re in…
Write a letter called a ‘notice of appeal’ to the Secretary of Tribunals.…
You (or your legal representative) will present your case to the tribunal.…
The Hub enables forces-friendly organisations across all sectors to showcase the continued value of the UK’s highly skilled veteran community.
For medical professionals, the Medical Reserves offer an exciting opportunity to do more with your professional skills. Follow the links below to find out more.
Mental health support and advice facilities for service personnel, reservists, veterans and service families.
Guidance for reservists and their employers about what happens before, during and after mobilisation, applying to delay or cancel mobilisation, getting financial assistance, reservists' rights during redundancy…
The home of Reserve Forces Appeal Tribunal on GOV.UK.
Reserve Forces and Cadets Association for Yorkshire and the Humber supports reserves, cadets and the wider military through our enduring relationships with local business and civic communities. We manage and maintain an esta…
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Highland Reserve Forces' and Cadets' Association (HRFCA) promotes the Reserve Forces and Cadets across the Highlands of Scotland.
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Use this form to claim financial assistance when a reservist you employ is mobilised.
Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details.
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