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NFCU

Brother-in-law is retired Navy.  Does he need to be a member of the NFCU in order for us to join?  Tnx.
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Senior Contributor

Re: NFCU

yeppers
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Senior Contributor

Re: NFCU

ok, now I have to get him to sign up.  Should be easy, he's my best bud.
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Senior Contributor

Re: NFCU

Brother-in-law IS a member...good deal, I'm IN.  Now for an acceptance.
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Established Contributor

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I'll let someone adopt me so I can get into NFCU and USAA Smiley Tongue
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Senior Contributor

Re: NFCU

If I'm in, can I get someone else in, or is it strictly on their military standing?
 
Most of my immediate family was Marine. 
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Moderator Emeritus

Re: NFCU

I believe you immediate family is now eligible.
Spouse, Mother, father, brother, sister

fishbjc wrote:
If I'm in, can I get someone else in, or is it strictly on their military standing?
 
Most of my immediate family was Marine. 



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Senior Contributor

Re: NFCU

I guess I *can* adopt you Eddie. 
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New Member

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Do they actually verify that you were once in the service?  If you are non-military now, how do they verify that you were once mnay years ago in the service?
 
 
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Moderator Emerita

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I'd say that you go by your SSN now, or your service number if you were in earlier.

I'm a 53-year-old Army brat, and without any prompting at all, I can still recite my dad's SSN. In fact, I can come up with it more easily than I can my own, my husband's, or any of my my three kids' SSN's.
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