This directive contains information regarding the benefits and applicable funding available to relocate CAF members, their dependants (if applicable) and their household goods and effects ((D) HG&E).
14.2.05 IPR move time limits
Initial Time Limit
Unless otherwise provided in this Chapter, only expenses related to the relocation to the IPR that are incurred within two years after the date of release or transfer are eligible for reimbursement. This initial time limit shall be extended when CAFRD subsections 14.2.06 and 14.2.07 apply.
Time Limit Extension
The DCBA may grant an extension to the time limit at paragraph (1) for a period of up to one additional yearif he or she determines that any of the following circumstances prevent the member from moving to the IPR within that time limit:
an illness of or injury to the member or the member’s dependant;
the vocational rehabilitation or vocational training undertaken by the member;
the completion of an educational program by the member or the member’s dependant; or
any other justifiable and reasonable circumstance that delays the move to the IPR.
Time Limit – Second Extension – Compelling Reasons
The Chief of Military Personnel personally may grant a further extension to the cumulative time limit at paragraphs (1) and (2) for a period of up to three years if he or she determines that there are particularly compelling reasonsthat prevent the member from moving to the IPR and that relate to:
an illness of or injury to the member or the member’s dependant and confirmed in writing by a medical doctor; or
an unusual, undeserved or disproportionate hardship for the member that is beyond the member’s control.
An extension under paragraph (4) shall be granted only if the member submits his or her request for an extension through DCBA to the Chief of Military Personnel before the end of the extension granted under paragraph (2).
(see also QR&O 209.25 (Time Limit))
So I guess I was basically led down the wrong path! I do remember signing a extension but I can't find it. I asked the release section (the same section I released from ). Just waiting to hear back if they have it somewhere. I maybe up shit creek without a paddle and having to pay out of pocket. Lawyers fees can't be cheap.