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Rule 4.6 Local recruitment

(a) Staff members who have been recruited to serve in posts classifed in the General Service category shall be regarded as having been locally recruited unless:

(i) They have been recruited from outside the area of the duty station; (ii) Their entitlement to one or more of the allowances or benefts indicated under rule 4.7 has been duly established by the Secretary-General; or

(iii) The post for which the staff member has been recruited is one which, in the opinion of the Secretary-General, it would otherwise have been necessary to fll by recruitment from outside the area of the duty station.

(b) A staff member regarded as having been locally recruited shall not be eligible for the allowances or benefts indicated under rule 4.7.

(c) A staff member who is regarded as having been locally recruited in accordance with subparagraph (a) above, shall cease to be so regarded from the date on which the staff member is re-classifed to the Professional category or re-assigned to a post within the General Service category which, in the opinion of the Secretary-General, it would otherwise have been necessary to fll by recruitment from outside the area of the duty station.

Rule 4.7 International recruitment

(a) Staff members other than those regarded under rule 4.6 as having been locally recruited shall be considered as having been internationally recruited. The allowances and benefts in general available to internationally recruited staff members include: payment of travel expenses upon initial appointment and on separation for themselves and their spouses and dependent children; removal of household effects; home leave; education grant; and repatriation grant.

(b) A staff member who has changed his or her residential status in such a way that he or she may, in the opinion of the Secretary-General, be deemed to be a permanent resident of any country other than that of his or her nationality may lose entitlement to home leave, education grant, repatriation grant and payment of travel expenses upon separation for the staff member and his or her spouse and dependent children and removal of household effects, based upon place of home leave, if the Secretary-General considers that the continuation of such entitlement would be contrary to the purposes for which the allowance or beneft was created.

Rule 4.8 Nationality

(a) In the application of the Staff Regulations and Staff Rules, the Authority shall not recognize more than one nationality for each staff member.

Staff Rules, 4.6-4.8

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