DD Form 2585 Repatriation Processing Center Processing Sheet

DD Form 2585 - also known as the "Repatriation Processing Center Processing Sheet" - is a Military form issued and used by the United States Department of Defense.

The form - often incorrectly referred to as the DA form 2585 - was last revised on September 1, 2014. Download an up-to-date fillable DD Form 2585 down below in PDF-format or find it on the Department of Defense documentation website.

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OMB No. 0704-0334
REPATRIATION PROCESSING CENTER
OMB approval expires
PROCESSING SHEET
Sep 30, 2017
The public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 20 minutes per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering
and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of information,
including suggestions for reducing the burden, to the Department of Defense, Washington Headquarters Services, Executive Services Directorate, Directives Division, 4800 Mark Center Drive,
Alexandria, VA 22350-3100 (0704-0334). Respondents should be aware that notwithstanding any other provision of law, no person shall be subject to any penalty for failing to comply with a collection
of information if it does not display a currently valid OMB control number.
PLEASE DO NOT RETURN YOUR COMPLETED FORM TO THE ABOVE ORGANIZATION. RETURN COMPLETED FORM TO THE
REPATRIATION PROCESSING CENTER OR STATE DEPARTMENT EMBASSY PERSONNEL IF SAFEHAVENING IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY.
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY: E.O. 12656, and E.O. 9397.
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE(S): To document the movement of an evacuee from a foreign country to an announced safe haven. Information will be used,
as needed, to assist the evacuee in the process of repatriation. This information is covered under DMDC 04, Emergency Evacuation and
Repatriation (http://dpclo.defense.gov/Privacy/SORNsIndex/DODwideSORNArticleView/tabid/6797/Article/6695/dmdc-04.aspx).
ROUTINE USE(S): To family members of individuals who have been evacuated and about whom information is requested by a family member and/
or spouse, location and final destination will be released; to the Department of State for evacuation management and planning purposes; to the
American Red Cross for communication of evacuation information about spouse/family member(s) to service member still in foreign country; to the
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for tracking and contacting foreign nationals evacuated to the U.S.; to the Department of Health
and Human Services to facilitate delivery of personal and financial services and to recoup costs of financial services and to identify individuals who
might arrive with an illness requiring quarantine; to state and local health departments, to further implement the quarantine of an ill individual. The
DoD "Blanket Routine Uses" found at http://dpclo.defense.gov/Privacy/SORNsIndex/BlanketRoutineUses.aspx also apply to this system.
DISCLOSURE: Voluntary; however, failure to furnish the information may limit your receipt of services and impede passage of information about your
current whereabouts to family members. Social Security Number (SSN) is used in the documentation of payments and loans provided in the process
of evacuation and may be provided to the IRS if payment is not received. The Social Security Number (SSN) may also be used in the process of
verifying an individual's identity and citizenship.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETION OF DD FORM 2585,
REPATRIATION PROCESSING CENTER PROCESSING SHEET
(Read before completing this form.)
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
1. The following instructions are provided for completing the
b. Private American citizens or foreign nationals should
Repatriation Processing Center Processing Sheet. Collection of
have:
this information is authorized by 42 U.S.C. 1313, and Executive
Order 9397.
(1) Passport and Visa (as applicable).
Providing the information requested on this form, including
Social Security Number, is voluntary; however, failure to
(2) Travel documents (travel information, tickets, etc.).
complete the form may hinder receipt of needed services and
impede passage of information about current whereabouts to
4. The Repatriation Processing Packet is provided to the
family members.
"responsible person" either upon arrival in an overseas
country, upon evacuation from the overseas country for
2. Before entering any information on the form, carefully read
completion enroute, or, upon arrival in the United States at
the detailed instructions provided. Not all questions are
the repatriation center. Processing officials at the
applicable for everyone. For those questions that do not apply,
repatriation center will be available to assist you in
enter N/A on the line or check the boxes in Sections III, IV, and
completing the form.
VI.
5. The individual completing this form will be the
3. You may be asked to have available any or all of the following
"responsible person" for this particular family group.
documentation:
"Responsible person" may be a Military Member, DoD
Civilian, Military or DoD Civilian Dependent, Federal
a. For official government personnel and dependents, you
employee or Federal dependent, Family Representative,
should have available as applicable:
Designated Escort, Private American Citizen or Third
Country National. THE "RESPONSIBLE PERSON" IS
ONLY REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THE ITEMS IN
(1) Official travel orders for Safehaven Status
(DD Form 1610).
SECTIONS I - III, PAGES 5 - 8.
(2) Permanent Change of Station (PCS) Orders.
6. ONLY ONE FORM IS TO BE COMPLETED FOR
EACH FAMILY GROUPING.
(3) Passport, Visa and International Immigration (shot)
record.
7. FOR PROCESSING CENTER USE ONLY. Pages 9
and 10, Items 28 - 47 are completed by a representative of
(4) Military/DoD Civilian/Dependent Identification Card.
the Repatriation Center Processing Team Staff. Pages 5
through 8 will be completed by the "responsible person."
(5) Travel documents (Transportation Request, transportation
travel information or tickets, i.e., airline, train, bus, etc.).
DD FORM 2585, SEP 2014
Page 1 of 10 Pages
PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE.
Adobe Professional X
OMB No. 0704-0334
REPATRIATION PROCESSING CENTER
OMB approval expires
PROCESSING SHEET
Sep 30, 2017
The public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 20 minutes per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering
and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of information,
including suggestions for reducing the burden, to the Department of Defense, Washington Headquarters Services, Executive Services Directorate, Directives Division, 4800 Mark Center Drive,
Alexandria, VA 22350-3100 (0704-0334). Respondents should be aware that notwithstanding any other provision of law, no person shall be subject to any penalty for failing to comply with a collection
of information if it does not display a currently valid OMB control number.
PLEASE DO NOT RETURN YOUR COMPLETED FORM TO THE ABOVE ORGANIZATION. RETURN COMPLETED FORM TO THE
REPATRIATION PROCESSING CENTER OR STATE DEPARTMENT EMBASSY PERSONNEL IF SAFEHAVENING IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY.
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY: E.O. 12656, and E.O. 9397.
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE(S): To document the movement of an evacuee from a foreign country to an announced safe haven. Information will be used,
as needed, to assist the evacuee in the process of repatriation. This information is covered under DMDC 04, Emergency Evacuation and
Repatriation (http://dpclo.defense.gov/Privacy/SORNsIndex/DODwideSORNArticleView/tabid/6797/Article/6695/dmdc-04.aspx).
ROUTINE USE(S): To family members of individuals who have been evacuated and about whom information is requested by a family member and/
or spouse, location and final destination will be released; to the Department of State for evacuation management and planning purposes; to the
American Red Cross for communication of evacuation information about spouse/family member(s) to service member still in foreign country; to the
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for tracking and contacting foreign nationals evacuated to the U.S.; to the Department of Health
and Human Services to facilitate delivery of personal and financial services and to recoup costs of financial services and to identify individuals who
might arrive with an illness requiring quarantine; to state and local health departments, to further implement the quarantine of an ill individual. The
DoD "Blanket Routine Uses" found at http://dpclo.defense.gov/Privacy/SORNsIndex/BlanketRoutineUses.aspx also apply to this system.
DISCLOSURE: Voluntary; however, failure to furnish the information may limit your receipt of services and impede passage of information about your
current whereabouts to family members. Social Security Number (SSN) is used in the documentation of payments and loans provided in the process
of evacuation and may be provided to the IRS if payment is not received. The Social Security Number (SSN) may also be used in the process of
verifying an individual's identity and citizenship.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETION OF DD FORM 2585,
REPATRIATION PROCESSING CENTER PROCESSING SHEET
(Read before completing this form.)
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
1. The following instructions are provided for completing the
b. Private American citizens or foreign nationals should
Repatriation Processing Center Processing Sheet. Collection of
have:
this information is authorized by 42 U.S.C. 1313, and Executive
Order 9397.
(1) Passport and Visa (as applicable).
Providing the information requested on this form, including
Social Security Number, is voluntary; however, failure to
(2) Travel documents (travel information, tickets, etc.).
complete the form may hinder receipt of needed services and
impede passage of information about current whereabouts to
4. The Repatriation Processing Packet is provided to the
family members.
"responsible person" either upon arrival in an overseas
country, upon evacuation from the overseas country for
2. Before entering any information on the form, carefully read
completion enroute, or, upon arrival in the United States at
the detailed instructions provided. Not all questions are
the repatriation center. Processing officials at the
applicable for everyone. For those questions that do not apply,
repatriation center will be available to assist you in
enter N/A on the line or check the boxes in Sections III, IV, and
completing the form.
VI.
5. The individual completing this form will be the
3. You may be asked to have available any or all of the following
"responsible person" for this particular family group.
documentation:
"Responsible person" may be a Military Member, DoD
Civilian, Military or DoD Civilian Dependent, Federal
a. For official government personnel and dependents, you
employee or Federal dependent, Family Representative,
should have available as applicable:
Designated Escort, Private American Citizen or Third
Country National. THE "RESPONSIBLE PERSON" IS
ONLY REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THE ITEMS IN
(1) Official travel orders for Safehaven Status
(DD Form 1610).
SECTIONS I - III, PAGES 5 - 8.
(2) Permanent Change of Station (PCS) Orders.
6. ONLY ONE FORM IS TO BE COMPLETED FOR
EACH FAMILY GROUPING.
(3) Passport, Visa and International Immigration (shot)
record.
7. FOR PROCESSING CENTER USE ONLY. Pages 9
and 10, Items 28 - 47 are completed by a representative of
(4) Military/DoD Civilian/Dependent Identification Card.
the Repatriation Center Processing Team Staff. Pages 5
through 8 will be completed by the "responsible person."
(5) Travel documents (Transportation Request, transportation
travel information or tickets, i.e., airline, train, bus, etc.).
DD FORM 2585, SEP 2014
Page 1 of 10 Pages
PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE.
Adobe Professional X
SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS
SECTION I - ESCORTS OF UNACCOMPANIED MINOR
Item 14. Passport Number and Country of Issue. Enter
CHILDREN (Page 5)
passport number, if applicable. The number can generally
be found on the first page of the passport. Also, enter the
This section and Section III (Pages 5 through 8) will be
name of the country that issued the passport. If you are a
completed by the "responsible person."
U.S. citizen and a citizen of one or more other countries,
please use your U.S. passport information. If you are not a
SECTION II - PROCESSING CENTER
U.S. citizen, and you are a citizen of more than one country,
please use the information on the passport you are using for
Item 1. Airline and Flight Number. Enter the airline and flight
travel.
number arrived on.
Item 2. Date of Arrival. Enter the date arrived in the United
Item 15. Alien Number and Country of Issue. Enter Alien
States at this processing center. Do this by entering the year
Number, if applicable. If not applicable, enter N/A. If
first, then the month of the year, then the day of the month.
applicable, enter the name of the country that issued the
Example: YYYY=1998, MM=08 (August), DD=20 (20th).
Alien Number.
Item 3. Repatriation Center. Enter the location of the
Item 16. Classification Number(s) and Agency Code(s).
Repatriation Center by airport, city, and state, or by military
Enter the number that best identifies the evacuee's status
base. Example: Raleigh/Durham Airport, Raleigh, NC or
from the classification number list (Table 1 on Page 6), and if
Charleston AFB, South Carolina.
applicable, the appropriate agency code (Table 2).
Item 4. Processing Date. Enter the date (by year, month and
NOTE: Any individual can fall into more than one category,
day) that processing through the Repatriation Center began. In
most cases it will be the same date as shown in Item 2 above.
i.e., a DoD Dependent can also be a government employee.
If that is the case, show all appropriate classification
Item 5. Processing Time. Enter the time processing began for
numbers and/or agency codes. This applies to all individuals
this person or family. Use military time (24 hour clock).
shown on the processing form.
Example: 2:00 a.m.=0200, 3:00 p.m.=1500.
Item 17. Number of Family Members With You. Enter the
SECTION III - EVACUEE IDENTIFYING INFORMATION
appropriate number of family members in the family group.
Item 6. Name. Enter principal evacuee's last name (family
NOTE: If you are escorting unaccompanied minor children,
name, such as "Smith"), first name ("Mary"), and middle initial
in addition to your own children, DO NOT include them in
("C"). If there is no middle initial, enter NMI.
your family group.
If the evacuee is an unescorted child and there is more than
one child in the family, enter information for only the eldest child
Item 18. Number of Animals With You. This space is only
in Items 6 - 20. Escort information will be provided in Item 22.
for use by DoD employees and their family members, and
private U.S. citizens with service animals. Enter in the
Item 7. Country Evacuated From. Enter the original country
appropriate space, next to the type of animal, the number of
from which you departed enroute to the United States.
animals you are bringing with you back to the U.S. You must
ensure that you have all the necessary paperwork, and shot
Item 8. Date of Birth. Enter date of birth by year, month and
records to expedite the processing of your animals through
day. Do this by entering the year first, then the month of the
Public Health Inspection.
year, then the day of the month. Example: YYYY=1963,
MM=08 (August), DD=20 (20th).
FOR ITEMS 19 AND 20: If the form is being completed
Item 9. Place of Birth. Enter the city, state and country in
by an escort for (an) unaccompanied minor child(ren),
which born. Example: Baltimore, Maryland, USA or Frankfurt,
the emergency contact and final destination should be
Germany.
those for the child(ren).
Item 10. Country of Citizenship. Enter the country of
Item 19. Emergency Contact in U.S.
citizenship. (Example: USA, Canada, England, France,
Germany, etc.) If you are a U.S. citizen and a citizen of one or
a. Name. Enter the name of an individual who will know
more other countries, please write USA. If you are not a U.S.
how to get in touch with the evacuee should the need arise.
citizen, and you are a citizen of more than one country, please
write the country that issued the passport you are using for
b. Address. Enter the "Emergency Contact's" street, city,
travel.
state and/or country, and ZIP Code.
c. Home Telephone Number. Enter the "Emergency
Item 11. Gender. Place an "X" in the appropriate block to
Contact's" home telephone number (if known or applicable),
indicate whether male or female.
to include the area code.
d. Work Telephone Number. Enter the "Emergency
Item 12. Social Security Number (SSN). Enter the evacuee's
Contact's" work telephone number (if known or applicable),
SSN, if applicable. If there is no SSN, enter N/A.
to include the area code.
e. Cell Telephone Number. Enter the "Emergency
Item 13. Marital Status. Place an "X" in the block that indicates
Contact's" cell telephone number (if known or applicable), to
marital status, if applicable.
include the area code.
DD FORM 2585, SEP 2014
Page 2 of 10 Pages
SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS
(Continued)
Item 20. Final Destination. If the evacuee's final
Item 23 (Continued).
destination will be the same residence as the "Emergency
Complete one block of information for each person other than
Contact" shown in Item 19 above, write "SAME." If the
the principal evacuee who is listed on Pages 5 and 6. If there
evacuee's final destination is going to be different than the
are more than four accompanying persons, use additional
"Emergency Contact," enter the name of the person with
copies of Page 7.
whom the evacuee will be staying, their telephone numbers,
and complete address to include "Country," if the Safehaven
(1) Name. Enter accompanying evacuee's last name, first
location is outside the U.S.
name, and middle initial. If no middle initial, enter NMI.
(2) SSN. Enter the accompanying evacuee's Social Security
NOTE: If the evacuee will be living by him/herself, enter
Number, if known.
"SELF" in the Name block, and then the address.
(3) Date of Birth. Enter the accompanying evacuee's date of
Item 21. If U.S. Department of Defense Military and Civilian
birth by year, month and day.
Employee Dependent. This item is to be completed when
(4) Gender. Place an "X" in the appropriate block indicating
the evacuee is a military or DoD civilian dependent whose
whether the accompanying evacuee is male or female.
sponsor remains behind. If this item is not applicable, enter
(5) Relationship to Person Completing Form. Place an "X"
N/A on the Sponsor Name line and go on to the next block.
in the appropriate block indicating whether the accompanying
For escorted unaccompanied minor children, enter the
evacuee is the "responsible person's" spouse, child, parent, or
sponsor's (parent or guardian) information to the best of your
other.
ability.
(6) Place of Birth. Enter the city, state, and country in which
the accompanying evacuee was born.
a. Branch of Service/DoD Agency. Place an "X" in the
(7) Country of Citizenship. Enter the country of which the
block next to the branch of Service/DoD Agency to which the
sponsor belongs.
accompanying evacuee is a citizen. Example: USA, Canada,
b. Name of Sponsor. Enter the name of the sponsor of
England, France, Germany, etc.
the family, remaining in country, by last name, first name,
(8) Passport Number and Country of Issue. Enter the
and middle initial. If no middle initial, enter NMI.
accompanying evacuee's passport number and the country in
c. Social Security Number. Enter the sponsor's SSN.
which it was issued.
d. Rank/Grade. Enter the sponsor's rank (i.e., SGT, LT,
(9) Alien Number and Country of Issue. Enter the
etc.) and grade (i.e. E4, O3, etc.). For civilians, enter grade
accompanying evacuee's alien number, if applicable, and the
(i.e. GS12, WG10, etc.).
country which issued the number. If not applicable, enter N/A.
e. Organization/Address and Major Command. Enter the
(10) Classification Number(s) and Agency Code(s). Enter all
sponsor's organization, address, and major command, to
classification numbers (from Table 1) and agency codes (from
include APO or FPO number, if applicable.
Table 2) that apply to the accompanying evacuee.
Item 22. Final Destination and Name of Escort for
Unaccompanied Minor Child(ren).
NOTE: Any individual can fall into more than one category, i.e.,
If this form is being completed by the escort for
a DoD dependent as well as a government employee.
unaccompanied minor child(ren), enter the following
information about the escort.
SECTION III (Continued) - SERVICES (Page 8)
a. Name. Enter the last name, first name, and middle
This section is provided for the "responsible person" to
initial of the escort. If no middle initial, enter NMI.
identify to the processing team any assistance the family group
b. Address. Enter the street, city, state and/or country,
may require upon arrival in the U.S.
and ZIP Code where the escort will be living.
c. Home Telephone Number. Enter the home telephone
Item 24. If No Services are Needed. Upon reviewing the list
number where the escort can be contacted (if known or
applicable), to include the area code.
in this section, if the family does not require any additional help,
d. Work Telephone Number. Enter the work telephone
place an "X" in this block.
number where the escort can be contacted (if known or
applicable), to include the area code.
Item 25. Services Needed. If assistance is required, place an
e. Cell Telephone Number. Enter the cell telephone
"X" in the block next to each service required.
number where the escort can be contacted (if known or
applicable), to include the area code.
Item 26. Additional Remarks. This item is provided if the
"responsible person" has any questions, needs additional
Item 23.a. through d. Accompanying Evacuees
assistance, or has any comments to make.
(Page 7).
The data on this page pertains to each person
NOTE: SECTION III IS THE LAST PART OF THE FORM
accompanying the principal evacuee. This may be a child,
spouse, sibling, or parent of the "responsible person" or an
THAT THE EVACUEE MUST COMPLETE. THE FOLLOWING
escorted unaccompanied minor child of another family.
SECTIONS WILL BE COMPLETED BY THE REPATRIATION
TEAM AT THE PROCESSING CENTER.
DD FORM 2585,
2014
Page 3 of 10 Pages
SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS
(Continued)
SECTION IV - REPATRIATION PROCESSING CENTER
Item 37. Name of Interviewer. The processing official/
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
interviewer will sign in this space and print his or her name
(DHHS)
below.
This section is applicable to all evacuees other than
Item 38. Telephone Number. The processing official/
Federal personnel and their families, i.e. private American
interviewer will enter the telephone number where he or she can
citizens, and their families.
be reached should the need arise.
Item 27. If No Services Are Required/Were Provided.
SECTION VI - ASSISTANCE PROVIDED DOD PERSONNEL
If the evacuee required no assistance upon arrival, place an
"X" in this block. This block may also be marked by the
"responsible person."
This section should be completed by Military Support
Processing Team.
Item 28. Services Provided by DHHS.
Item 39. If No Services Were Provided. If the military
a. Cash Assistance.
individual, Federal employee and/or family members do not
require any assistance, place an "X" in this block.
b. Onward Transportation. If funds were required to obtain
airline, bus, train tickets, etc., this item must be completed.
Item 40. Services Provided. If the military individual, Federal
Under the cost heading in the first (Persons) block, enter the
employee and/or family members require any of the services,
number of tickets. Enter the cost of each ticket in the next
place an "X" in the block next to the service provided.
(Dollars) block. Multiply the number of tickets by the cost and
enter the total to the right of the equal sign. Example:
Onward transportation 4 X $150.00 = $600.00.
NOTE: For Item b., specify for what purpose financial
assistance is required. For Item e., specify what medical care is
NOTE: It is possible for family members to go to different
required.
locations; therefore, an additional line was provided to cover
those exceptions. If no onward transportation support was
Item 41. Costs. For each item in which funds were provided,
provided, enter a zero in the "Total" block.
enter the amount on the line next to the service provided. In
Item b., enter the voucher number assigned for per diem
c. Temporary Lodging and Per Diem. If funds were
payments.
required to provide lodging accommodations, this item must
be completed. Enter the number of persons times the number
Item 42. Total Costs. Add up all financial assistance provided
of days they are staying at the hotel/motel, etc., times the per
diem rate per day and enter the total cost to the right of the
to the military individual, Federal employee and/or family
equal sign. Example: 4 people X 2 days X $50.00 per day per
member and enter the total in the space provided.
diem = $400.00.
SECTION VII - PROCESSING INFORMATION
NOTE: If no lodging or per diem was provided, enter a zero in
the "Total" block.
This section should be completed by the Processing Team
Officials prior to the evacuee(s) departing the Repatriation
d. Miscellaneous. For any other assistance required,
Center.
itemize the assistance provided in the space shown, and enter
their associated costs to the right of the equal sign.
Item 43. Exit From Processing Center Date. Enter the date
Item 29. Total DHHS Costs. Add up all the costs shown in
by year, month and day that the evacuees have completed their
this column for transportation, lodging, per diem,
processing and are departing the Repatriation Center.
miscellaneous and enter that figure in the space provided.
Item 44. Exit From Processing Center Time. Enter the time,
Item 30. Has Emergency Medical Assistance Been Provided
using military (24 hour) clock.
Off-Site. Place an "X" in either the "Yes" or the "No" block
provided. If Yes, enter the name of the hospital or medical
Item 45. Destination. Enter the destination by city, state,
facility, if known, in the space provided for Additional Remarks
and/or country that the evacuees are going to.
(Item 31.)
Item 46. Transportation Carrier(s). Enter the name of the
Item 31. Additional Remarks. Enter any additional
information regarding services provided, if necessary.
airline, bus or train company that will be taking the evacuees to
their final destination.
SECTION V - CLOSING QUESTIONS (DHHS)
Item 47. ETA and Date of Arrival at Destination. Enter the
estimated time and date the evacuees are expected to arrive at
Processing officials should complete and sign this prior to
their final destination. Enter this by military time and by year,
the individual(s) departing the Repatriation Center.
month and day.
Items 32 through 36. Questions. A processing official/
Item 48. Additional Remarks. Enter any additional
interviewer will complete these questions by placing an "X" in
information regarding exit processing, if necessary.
the appropriate "Yes" or "No" block.
DD FORM 2585, SEP 2014
Page 4 of 10 Pages
SECTION I - TO BE COMPLETED BY THE "RESPONSIBLE PERSON"
ARE YOU ESCORTING UNACCOMPANIED MINOR CHILD(REN)? (X one)
YES
NO
The designated escort is responsible for completing (to the best of their ability) a separate form for each family
group they are escorting. If there is more than one child from the same family group, enter the information in Items
6 through 20 for the eldest child being escorted. Then, complete the family group information for each younger
child in Items 23(a) through (d), as applicable.
ADDITIONALLY, ESCORTS WILL FILL OUT A SEPARATE FORM FOR THEIR OWN FAMILY GROUP.
SECTION II - TO BE COMPLETED BY THE "RESPONSIBLE PERSON"
1. AIRLINE AND FLIGHT NUMBER
2. DATE OF ARRIVAL (YYYYMMDD)
3. REPATRIATION CENTER
4. PROCESSING DATE (YYYYMMDD)
5. PROCESSING TIME (Military)
SECTION III - EVACUEE IDENTIFYING INFORMATION - TO BE COMPLETED BY THE "RESPONSIBLE PERSON"
6. NAME OF EVACUEE (Last, First, Middle Initial)
7. COUNTRY EVACUATED FROM
8. DATE OF BIRTH (YYYYMMDD)
9. PLACE OF BIRTH (City, State, and Country)
10. COUNTRY OF CITIZENSHIP
11. GENDER (X one)
12. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER
MALE
FEMALE
13. MARITAL STATUS (X one)
SINGLE
MARRIED
WIDOWED
SEPARATED
DIVORCED
14.a. PASSPORT NUMBER
b. COUNTRY OF ISSUE
15.a. ALIEN NUMBER
b. COUNTRY OF ISSUE
DD FORM 2585, SEP 2014
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