Fair enough, then maybe you will have the temerity to point out where it says "outside canada only" in large red type.........
Unless otherwise stated, coverage will become effective on the first day of the month following receipt of the application by the designated officer if the application is received within 60 days of the applicant becoming eligible.
Where the application is received more than 60 days after the applicant becomes eligible or after the event requiring an application, the effective date of coverage will be the first day of the fourth month following receipt of the application by the designated officer.
Dog said:Is there any way that I will be able to get the PSHCP when I'm overseas. I've been on workup for TF 1-10 since Sept. 2008 (reservist), and have been trying to get health coverage for my family since then, and have not had any success. I've tried calling them directly only to be told that they are unable to give me any assistance, that only my clerk can deal with it. I've pestered the clerk, bothered my chain of command, and even spoke about this issue directly to the CWO of the Army and have yet to see any results, and now that I'm deploying in a few days, I'm out of ideas, and my family is out of luck.
So, will I be able to get anything done after I hit the ground with regards to this issue? Or should I just try and find alternative coverage? Is there an alternative that anyone here would recommend?