A service member can sponsor non-military guests on base. A military service member or spouse can sponsor one guest in their own vehicle, as long as that person has valid photo ID. To bring your own car on base, the service member will need to request a base pass, which should be done at least a week before you visit.
Can my girlfriend live with me in military housing?
Military Housing for Married Couples or Those with Dependents. If you are married and living with your spouse or minor dependents, you will either live in on-base housing or be given a monetary allowance called Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) to live off-base.
Can civilians go on a military base?
Most military bases are restricted to the public and usually only authorized personnel may enter them (be it military personnel or their relatives and authorized civilian personnel). Military bases can provide housing for military personnel, a post office and dining facilities (Restaurants).
How much does it cost to stay on a military base?
Temporary lodging facilities: $67 to $158. Previously, single rate of $77. Visiting officer quarters/visiting quarters: $67 to $149. Previously, single rate of $70.
How much will I get back if I claim my girlfriend?
How Do I Claim My Girlfriend or Fiancee on My Taxes? As part of the tax reform bill that goes into effect for tax years 2018 and beyond, you would utilize the Credit For other Dependents for your girlfriend. This is a new $500 personal tax credit: You get $500 for each qualifying dependent.