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EFMP OVERVIEW


EFMP ENROLLMENT

 Mandatory Enrollment
 Enrollment Overview
 Who must Enroll?
 Registration Criteria
 Procedures
 Disenrollment


EFMP SCREENING

 Screening Overview
 Overseas Assignments
 Requirements
 Overseas Travel

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Disenrollment

Unregistering Family Members-Disenrolling Soldiers

Remember that the primary purpose of the EFMP is to ensure that the medical and/or educational needs of Family members are considered in the assignment coordination process.

If a Family member's medical or educational needs change, and they no longer meet the eligibility requirements for the EFMP, they should be unregistered from EFMP. Likewise, if a Family member is no longer Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS) eligible, they should be unregistered from the EFMP. Once a Solder has no Family members with special needs registered in the EFMP, the EFMP office initiates the process to disenroll the Soldier from the program. Disenrollment removes the EFMP flag from the Soldier's personnel record.

Shown are six common reasons for requesting disenrollment from the EFMP. Select each category for more information on procedures for disenrollment.

Reasons for Unregistering of Family Members/Disenrollment of Soldiers Death Unusual Circumstances Other situations Medical/Educational Condition Resolved Divorce Family Member No Longer Eligible for Care