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NON REMOVAL ALLOWANCE, effective 1 January 2009

(Annual amounts in United States dollars)

Group 1 (P1 to P3)

Group 2 (P4 and P5)

Group 3 (D1 and above)

Duty Station

Dependency status

Single status

Dependency status

Single status

Dependency Status

Single status

H

2 100

1 580

2 630

1 970

3 150

2 360

A

2 100

1 580

2 630

1 970

3 150

2 360

B

2 100

1 580

2 630

1 970

3 150

2 360

C

2 100

1 580

2 630

1 970

3 150

2 360

D

2 100

1 580

2 630

1 970

3 150

2 360

E

2 100

1 580

2 630

1 970

3 150

2 360

Adjustment

Amounts of allowance are reviewed every three years by the ICSC by reference to: (a) the average movement of net base salary plus post adjustment in the eight headquarters of the United Nations system; (b) the movement of the out-of-area index used for post adjustment based on inflation factors in 21 countries; (c) and the movement of the base/floor salary scale.

Payments

All three allowances will be paid on a monthly basis.

ASSIGNMENT GRANT

Purpose

The assignment grant is intended to provide staff with a reasonable cash amount at the beginning of the assignment for the costs incurred as a result of appointment or reassignment. Its purpose is to enable staff to meet removal/installation related costs (temporary housing; purchase/rental of household items; establishment of new household) and is based on the assumption that the main expenses of installation are incurred at the outset of an assignment.

Eligibility

Staff in the Professional and higher category, internationally recruited General Service staff and Field Service staff.

Structure of assignment grant

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