Declaration of Dependent Service Children on JPA.

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Georginna Higham welcomes home her father the CO of HMS Defender Cdr Stephen Higham.

Portsmouth-based warship HMS Defender returned home today (July 8) from a nine month deployment to the middle east carrying out security operations.

The Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines Portsmouth performed on the jetty as the crowds eagerly awaitied the return of sailors on board.

Hundreds of proud family and friends waved and cheered as the ship came alongside, clearly delighted to welcome their loved ones home.

Image: LPhot Kyle Heller
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Declaration of Dependent Service Children on JPA.

Are your dependent children declared on JPA? Declaring dependent Service Children on JPA can enable appropriate allowances to be obtained, enable paternity and adoption leave requests and can have an influence on allocation of service housing and potential assignments.

In order to complete the registration process, Service Personnel should provide a copy of the child’s birth certificate to unit HR who will complete the JPA process in accordance with BPG IN914005.