Pending Waiver Submission/Review

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  1. ehass14

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    My current status is Pending Waiver Submission/Review after having disqualified as the status the other day. How will I know and when will I know if I need to send in any medical records?
     
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    In my experiences, a remedial was posted on the site or mailed to you (or both). You then provided DoDMERB with the documentation who in turn sends it on to the waiver authority.
     
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    Thank you!
     
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    If the waiver authority want something, they will request thru DoDMERB to you:thumb:
     
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    Should I start getting my records ready that pertain to my disqualifications just in case? I am still waiting on my disqualification letter that was mailed Friday. My status still is pending waiver submission/review, therefore are they reviewing my file or are they waiting on me to request a waiver? I know that my file was automatically sent to the waiver authority.
    Thank you for your help. :thumb:
     
  6. MullenLE

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    1. Up to you
    2. Applicants do NOT request waivers. I have no idea who U R or what you are applying to. If a SA, if Admissions determines U R competitive for an offer of appointment, they will direct waiver consideration to begin. If U were awarded a ROTC scholarship, waiver processing will begin automatically:thumb:
     
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    I am a potential Army ROTC cadet. The plan is for me to attend ROTC Leader's Training Course and contract into the Advanced Course this fall because I will be a junior.
     
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    For ROTC in your case, your Commadner will request consideration from the Cadet Command Surgeon. That status means the Cadet Command Surgeon can see your case, BUT will NOT review it unless the your Commander makes the request using a cadet Command Form 131R to Cadet Actions Branch. Your ROO will be able to explain that to you:thumb:
     
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    thanks for all your help!
     
  10. MullenLE

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    U R welcome:thumb:
     
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    I am confused. Maybe you can help me out. In my disqualification letter, it says all programs to which you applied to will automatically review your file for waiver consideration. I called DoDMERB today and they said my detachment has to send a waiver request. So will it be automatically reviewed and my waiver will be granted or denied or do I need to tell my detachment to fill out the 131-R form?
     
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    "If" you are in a Bn AND a campus based scholarship, your Commander must submit a 131R. If you are NOT in a Bn OR a 4 year scholarship winner, you will be automatically considered for a medical waiver:thumb:
     

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