Do they need to know?

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  1. gavsaumure

    gavsaumure NROTC/USNA Applicant

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    I am an applicant for the 2011 NROTC scholarship, eagerly waiting to hear news on my selection decision. My question is, I have moved from Las Vegas to Kingston, Ontario, do I need to e-mail anybody to let them know I've moved across the continent into a different country? I let my coordinator know before I moved, and he said it was not a big deal.
     
  2. Centhea

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    Yes, I think you should contact the NETC folks who received your application and update your mailing address. If you get the scholarship you will receive written verification and materials. They will need to get to you fairly fast so you can complete the forms and send them back before school starts so you don't want that stuff just floating around the postal system looking for you. Also, if awarded the scholarship you will probably have to travel to the states to get your DoDMERB physical completed. Good luck!
     
  3. gavsaumure

    gavsaumure NROTC/USNA Applicant

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    Thanks!
     
  4. Pima

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    Are you an AD child? If you are in Ontario because your parent is assigned there, DodMerb should allow you to take it through the medical clinic your parent is assigned to currently. They may not if your parent is on a liaison tour (i.e. Embassy adjunct).

    This is also true for all AD children. They will send you a list of practitioners to chose from, but as AD children you can contact them and take it on base/post.
     

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