What's your #/score?
"As in the case of any intentional misrepresentation of a material fact on an employment application, candidates who claim New York City Residency Credit and who are determined to have intentionally misrepresented facts concerning New York City residency shall be terminated if they have already been appointed and/or disqualified and their names shall be removed from the eligible list, and they may be subject to criminal sanctions."
So that guy with the 103 that lied about his residency isn't going down to 98 and getting a 2nd chance to get hired later in the life of the list. He's gone for good, at least according to the NOE.
Here's hoping all of our on the job forum members are doing okay after some long days working through the storm.
Oh IMO not worth it. You will be getting paid in the academy, I know its not much, but that GI bill can be used down the road for something more expensive.
I thought you could pass it down to your kids?
Any member of the Armed Forces (active duty or Selected Reserve, officer or enlisted) on or after August 1, 2009, who is eligible for the Post-9/11 GI Bill, and:
1. Has at least 6 years of service in the Armed Forces (active duty and/or Selected Reserve) on the date of approval and agrees to serve 4 additional years in the Armed Forces from the date of election.
2. Has at least 10 years of service in the Armed Forces (active duty and/or Selected Reserve) on the date of approval, is precluded by either standard policy (Service or DoD) or statute from committing to 4 additional years, and agrees to serve for the maximum amount of time allowed by such policy or statute.
3. Is or becomes retirement eligible during the period from August 1, 2009, through July 31, 2012, and agrees to serve an additional period of service in subparagraphs (a) through (d). A Service member is considered to be retirement eligible if he or she has completed 20 years of active Federal service or 20 qualifying years as computed pursuant to section 12732 of title 10 U.S.C. This will no longer be in effect on August 1, 2013, and on or after that date all members must comply with paragraphs 1 and 2.
a. For individuals eligible for retirement on August 1, 2009, no additional service is
b. For individuals eligible for retirement after August 1, 2009, and before August 1,
c. For individuals eligible for retirement on or after August 1, 2010, and before
d. For individuals eligible for retirement on or after August 1, 2011, and before
4. Such transfer must be requested and approved while the member is in the Armed Forces.
Eligibilityfortheresidencycred itwillbeinvestigatedandverifie dbytheFireDepartmentofNewYork.
Inability to produce the required verification of residency documents for the continuous period of residency will result in the forfeiture of the New York City Residency Credit and an adjustment in the final score. Under no circumstances shall a Post Office (P.O. Box) address be accepted as proof of residency. As in the case of any intentional misrepresentation of a material fact on an employment application, candidates who claim New York City Residency Credit and who are determined to have intentionally misrepresented facts concerning New York City residency shall be terminated if they have already been appointed and/or disqualified and their names shall be removed from the eligible list, and they may be subject to criminal sanctions.
There going to bump people down not throw them off but I'm my friends cases it won't make a difference My friend going from a 98 to a 93 is basically getting thrown off because there never gonna reach him
I would guess that most of those people would pretend they lived in NYC but just dont have the proper documentation. So I doubt they will be throwing people off unless they see fake documents or something.
Perhaps they see an intentional misrepresentation as you have all the required documents because you use your aunt's address in NYC, but when the investigator goes to make a visit your aunt's neighbors all say they have never seen you there.
Who knows, I guess we will find out eventually!
Wish everyone the best of luck
What's up fellas, I've been lurking this thread since its inception and I must say I've gotten a lot of good information from it so I figured it's about time I contribute any info I can.
I actually went through my medical on 10/31 and I passed. Out of 11 guys (so few showed up bc of the hurricane) only 3 or 4 passed, and from what I've heard all the days that have followed have garnered a failure rate of more than %50. Hope you guys that are serious about this are doing what you can about your heart rate.
My investigator also has everything they need, so as far as I know I'm only waiting for my CPAT date.
How old are you now?