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Monday, August 6, 2018

FLO Website Feature:  Members of Household:
A Member of Household (MOH) is an individual who accompanies or joins a sponsoring employee at a U.S. mission abroad. An MOHs is not on the employee’s travel orders but needs to be officially declared and approved by the Chief of Mission as part of his/her household. It is important for employees and others to understand that certain privileges and allowances that are extended to EFMs as defined by laws, regulations, and interpretations, often cannot be extended to those who are not on the employee’s travel orders. It is highly recommended that an MOH have adequate medical and evacuation insurance when living overseas. To learn more, go to FLO’s Members of Household webpage

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