My fiance is Air Force and I have to ask because he can't be the only blue-suiter to ever encounter this circumstance.
My fiance is a Captain-Type and he moved to a new duty station this past December. I am a Civilian currently working at his last duty station -- I am in a contracts internship program that I will graduate from in July. Through my office, I've worked a transfer for myself to an office near his current station. I thought everything was going swimmingly until I got a call today from my program advisor saying that even though I am moving several states away, I likely will not get PCS funds, and certainly will not get them until *after* we are married. It's kind of a catch 22, because our wedding isn't until September.
They mentioned the possibility that my Fiance might be able to Amend his orders (which he moved on this past december) to include me even though we were not married at the time. Has anyone else had experience with this? How did you handle it? What did you do?
Did anyone else have to do a Civilian PCS separate from their spouse when they got married? If so, did the money come from your exiting organization or from your acquiring office?