Copy of the actual waiver letter?

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  1. dtkdarnoc

    dtkdarnoc Member

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    6 more days of getting to be a parent!

    Kid got waiver approval back in March, he's check on entry, will bring all his medical stuff again. The one thing he does NOT have is the letter itself.

    Is there a way or a need to get a copy of that letter to take with? Becomes important as we are leaving town on Saturday.

    Any help is appreciated.
     
  2. aprouddad

    aprouddad Parent

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    dtkdarnoc,

    Same situation here. I pestered Larry Mullen and my son's admission officer. Both said no other documentation was needed. Being the worrier that I am, you can bet son will at least have a copy those emails with him. :smile:
     
  3. buff81

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    Same situation too. West Point assured me that we did not need to bring any documentation of the waiver. But just in case, I made a copy of the DoDMERB page that says "Waiver Granted" and it is in his folder with all the other paperwork that he will take with him to R-Day. I really wanted a waiver letter because I wanted to frame it and hang it next to the appointment!
     
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  4. MullenLE

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    A waiver granted by the Service Academy is a waiver granted. WP will be sending these letters to applicants in the future, but did NOT send these letters this cycle. "IF" someone has a concern about their waiver granted status, they can contact their Admissions Officer to make certain of that status:thumb:
     

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