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How To Replace Lost NYSC Letter Of Exemption

Before you move into how to replace lost NYSC letter of exemption, let’s understand what a letter of exemption is. An exemption certificate is issued by NYSC to someone who by law could not participate in the NYSC scheme despite the fact that such person attended a regular program in a University or Polytechnic program and graduated.

So, if by any means you lost your certificate of exemption, or maybe it got burnt or whatever circumstance, you have a hope and a chance of replacing the lost certificate. Which is why we are here to guide you on how to go about that.

How To Replace Lost NYSC Letter Of Exemption

Below are the steps of obtaining a certificate of exemption from NYSC for both home trained and foreign trained Nigerian graduates. In the case of loss of Certificate of Exemption, the following steps are to be taken.

Also See: Pictures Of NYSC Certificate of Exemption, Discharge Letter & Letter Of Exclusion

Home Trained

  1. A letter of notification/request routed through the Institution of graduation and addressed to the Director-General, NYSC.
  2. Police Extract/Report
  3. Court Affidavit
  4. Where available, a copy of the lost Certificate of Exemption

Foreign Trained

  1. A letter of notification/request addressed to the Director-General, NYSC.
  2. Police Extract/Report
  3. Court Affidavit
  4. Photocopy of International passport
  5. Where available, the copy of the lost Certificate of Exemption

Please Note: It is the policy of the Scheme not to reprint lost or burnt Certificates. Letters of Confirmation are issued instead.

Also See: How To Obtain NYSC Certificate Of Exemption

Who Is Eligible For Exemption Letter?

The law states that:

“With effect from 1st August, 1985, a person shall NOT be called upon to serve in the service corps if, at the date of graduation or obtaining his diploma or other professional qualification” :
  • He is over the age of thirty (30) years
  • He has served in the Armed Forces of the Federation or the Nigeria Police Force for a period of more than nine months; or
  • He is a member of staff of any of the following:
    • The Nigerian Security Organization or
    • The State Security Service, or
    • The National Intelligence Agency or
    • The Defence Intelligence Service
  • He has been conferred with any National Honour.

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