The activities of military personnel are strictly subject to laws and military regulations, therefore, it has its own peculiarities of registration of resignation and other procedures. When serving on a contract basis, military personnel may resign due to seniority, expiration of the contract, or for good reason.
According to the established legislation, a soldier has the right to be retired and receive a seniority pension upon reaching the age of 40. However, in the case of contractual service, it may indicate otherwise, so check in advance the full duration of your service, as well as any entitlements. As a last resort, if you have extraordinary circumstances, you can resign from the service ahead of the established deadline. In this case, it is strictly forbidden to deceive the command, otherwise you will be held criminally liable.
The first of the main reasons why a soldier has the right to early dismissal is the inability to support his family. In this case, the military commission should consider the current living wage in the region where your family lives, and if your relatives really need serious support, your application for leaving will be approved.
Another possible reason for early dismissal is the death of a close relative. In this case, it is again important that this hinders your service and requires you to return to your place of registration as soon as possible. The following reasons for termination of service again relate to the current state of your family, for example, when the wife of a soldier is pregnant and the need to care for her, raising a child without a second parent, etc.
Write a report to your command, indicating the reason for the dismissal. Wait until the document is signed and reviewed by the attestation commission, which has the right to do this within six months, depending on the queue of applications. After that, you will be notified of the final decision, and if it is positive, you will receive permission to dismiss, as well as all payments due to this moment.