What is on the NAVPERS 1070/602 Dependency Application/Record of Emergency Data (Page 2)?

Policy The NAVPERS 1070/602 is used for both officer and enlisted members.
Prepare NAVPERS 1070/602 as follows:
PrepareWhen
Parts I and II
(complete set)
A member with dependents enters or renters the Navy or Naval Reserve.
There is a change in dependent status or number of dependents for a member on active duty
A reservist is on active duty, active duty for training, or temporary active duty for more than 30 days (see Verification below)
Part II
(partial set)
A member without dependents enters or reenters the Navy or Naval Reserve.
A reservist is on active duty for training or temporary active duty for less than 30 days (see Verification below)
There is a change in:
  • name or address of a dependent;
  • next of kin other than a dependent;
  • name or address of a beneficiary, allottee, or insurer;
  • citizenship of spouse;
  • any remarks on reverse side of the form.

When Not Required to Prepare Do not prepare NAVPERS 1070/602 (complete or partial sets) when there is a change in the member's:

Rule Do not send copies of birth, death, divorce, or marriage certificates to the Bureau of Naval Personnel (Pers-313C1).

Verification

Active Duty ~ page 2 is verified when a:

Inactive Duty ~ page 2 is verified when feasible, but in any event, upon each occasion that the member comes on active duty including active duty for training.

If correct, the member will so indicate by signing and dating the NAVPERS 1070/602 under "Certification of Designator." If incorrect, prepare a new form.


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