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NFCU Eligibility?

Hey all, quick question for you:

 

I work for a DoD contractor and bill all of my hours to the DoD - I work at the government site but am not sure if this makes me eligible. Figured I'd ask here first before I call. Thank you!

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Re: NFCU Eligibility?

It does sound like you qualify under this:

 

DoD contractors assigned to U.S. Government installations

 

Best thing to do is to call them and ask. Have all your paperwork or proof ready too, and not just for the inital phone call. Have it ready for months after you are accepted as a member. Thats all I can suggest.

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