Let $(M,g)$ be a Riemannian manifold of dimension $n$ and $X$ be a immersed submanifold in $M$ of dimension $k$ i.e there is a immersion $F_{0}:X \longrightarrow M$.

A deformation of the submanifold $X$ is defined by a smooth family of immersions $F : I \times X \longrightarrow M$ i.e. $F_{t}: X \longrightarrow M$ is an immersion for all $t \in I$ and $F_{0}$ is the immersion of $X$ defined above, so we have a family of immersed submanifolds $F(t,(X))=X_{t}$.

Let $F_{*}( \frac{\partial}{\partial t})$ be the deformation vector field on $M$ associated to this deformation i.e. for any $p\in X$ take the curve $F(\cdot,p):I \longrightarrow M$ and $F_{*}( \frac{\partial}{\partial t})$ at $p$ is the tangent vector to this curve at $t=0$.

Now this is my problem: I have read that if the submanifold $X$ is **compact and orientable** then we can find a family of diffeomorphisms of $X$ depending on $t$ such that we can assume that the vector field of the deformation is **normal** to $X_{t}$ for all $t$. It is not clear how this reparametrization is done, if I consider the submanifold $X_{0}$ and the deformation vector field on it, i has 2 components corresponding to the splitting $TM \vert_{X}=T(X) \oplus N(X)$ how I get rid of the tangent component using diffeomorphisms of $X$ as it is stated above?

Thanks for your help