In the Act itself, 101(2)(A)(ii), it describes the NG when they are called up. This person is already called up and doing it full time. It would vary if they were reassigned and in effect called up under Title 10 or 32. If they had a status change in this, SCRA would apply because of Sect. 101 or 106, which is where this is defined.
If your customer is full time National Guard and he was simply assigned to Iraq, his employment, income and status did not change. What orders were provided to you and do they specify a "call up" or a duty assignment?
Like active duty military who are assigned overseas, they may gain protections on leases and spousal coverage because of the deployment, but the key protection bankers focus on, the 6% rate, is not invoked, in my opinion. There may be fine nuances here that require reviewing, however.
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