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The deferment from the national service accomplishment

  The deferment from the national service accomplishment could be spared for a renewable year, to each 20-year-old citizen as far as he comes under the following cases:

 

  • Having a brother serving in the military.
  • Be in charge of one of the following persons that because of the conscription, could be left without living resources:
    • A father temporarily unable to work for health reasons.
    • A widowed or divorced mother.
    • At least a non married sister.
    • At least a brother of less than 20 years, still studying on a regular base.
    • One or several children under judicial tutelage in which the elder is under 20.
  • Carrying out his studies in Tunisia or abroad in higher or secondary public teaching establishment or in public training centers belonging to the  public sector. (The deferment from the national service accomplishment is not attributed to the citizens who Have interrupted their studies and following evening courses)..
  • Carrying out his studies in Tunisia or abroad in private high or secondary teaching establishments or in private training centers, which are acknowledged by the official authorities

 

 

FILE COMPOSITION :

  • An application addressed to the Minister in charge of the national defense, 
  • A birth certificate of the applicant delivered before a three month expiry date, 
  • A copy of the national identity card
  • The voucher proving the transfer of an amount of five Dinar or its equivalent in foreign currency to the post account number CCP 616-82 with the name of the finance officer, "Monsieur le régisseur des recettes du Ministère de la Défense Nationale".

 

 

In addition to the previously mentioned documents, the applications should also contain documents mentioned below according to different situations:

 

 

The deferment case

Required documents

A citizen having a brother under the flag

 

A certificate of attendance in the military unit for the brother being under the flag

 

A citizen temporarily in support of his family and has in charge a father temporarily unable to work for health reasons

 

 

  • A birth certificate still valid for the next 3 months for the brother serving under the flag.
  •  A birth certificate for the children of each married brother still valid for the next 3 months.
  •  A certificate of attendance for each brother older than 20 years.

 

A citizen temporarily in support of his family and has in charge a widowed or divorced mother.

  • A copy of the death certificate of the father.
  • A copy of the divorce of the mother
  • A birth mother older than 3 months
  • A birth certificate for each brother still valid for the next 3 months.
  • A birth certificate for the children of each married brother, still valid for the next 3 months.
  • A certificate of school attendance for each brother older than 20 years.

 

 A citizen temporarily in support of his family and has in charge at least a sister who is not yet married.

 

 

 

  • A copy of the death certificate of the father.
  • A birth certificate for each non married sister, still valid for the next 3 months
  • A birth certificate for each brother, still valid for the next 3 months
  • A birth certificate for the children of each brother, still valid for the next 3 months
  • A certificate of school attendance for each brother older than 20 years.

 A citizen temporarily in support of their family and has in charge at least a brother under 20 years or carrying out regularly his studies.

 

  • A certified copy of the death certificate of the father.
  • A certified copy of the birth certificate of each brother.
  • A birth certificate for the children of each married brother still valid for the next 3 months.
  • A school attendance certificate for each brother over 20 years.

A citizen temporarily in support of his family and has in charge one or several children under judiciary tutelage whose age is less than 20 years.

 

 

A copy of the informal guardianship approved by the District Court. 

A citizen following his study in Tunisia or abroad in the public establishment of high or secondary education or in training centers belonging to the public sector

 

 

  • A certificate of university or school registration of the same year.
  • A certified copy of the consular registry card for those who carry out their studies abroad.
  • A certified copy of residence card for those who follow up their studies abroad.

A citizen following his studies in Tunisia or abroad in the private establishment of high or secondary education or in training centers acknowledged by the Ministry in charge.

 

  • A certificate of university or school registration for the same year.
  • Last mark bulletin of the previous year
  • A certified copy of the consular registry card for those who follow up their studies abroad,
  • A certified copy of the residence card for those who follow up their studies abroad.

 

Citizens pursuing specialized after the age of twenty-eight graduate

 

 

  • A university registration certificate of completion of postgraduate studies
  • A copy of the diploma
  • A certified copy of the consular registry card for those who follow up their studies abroad,
  • A certified copy of the residence card for those who follow up their studies abroad.

 

A citizen working and staying abroad under the age of twenty-eight.

  • A certified copy of the consular registry card.
  • A certified copy of the residence card.
  • A work contract dated of at least 3 months.

 

Every citizen has the possibility to hand his application to any of the following addresses:

 

  • The district national service regional center

 

  • The regional Conscription and Mobilization center

 

  • By sending an application to the Ministry of the National Defense : Boulevard Bab Mnara, zip code 1008 Tunis, or

 

  • The General Conscription and Mobilization Directorate, Military Base of El Omrane, zip code 1005 Tunis

 

  • Through Internet.

 

  • If you are living abroad, you have the possibility to hand your application directly to the Embassy or the nearest Consulate.
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