Waiver granted....

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  1. goaltoserve

    goaltoserve Member

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    I received a medical waiver which is awesome. I know it is a needed step in the process, but can this also be a positive sign overall?
     
  2. Positivity

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    May I ask what the waiver was for? It is none of my business, but I am curious because im in the same boat.
     
  3. efirestone14

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    It is a positive sign. USMA usually requests waivers for applicants they deem "competitive," so it looks like you are competitive for gaining an appointment. Good luck!
     
  4. goaltoserve

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    Positivity

    Positivity,
    If you send me a PM and include an email address I will send you details of my waiver. I am not able to send PMs until I have more posts.
     
  5. jomo

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    I'm awaiting a waiver. Did you have to do a remedial? If yes, once the remedial results were sent, how long did you have to wait before you got the waiver?
     
  6. goaltoserve

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    Remedial

    Yes, I had a remedial. After that, it was about six weeks which I actually think is fast because my documentation said it could take 90 days, but as many posters have said every case is different. Good luck!
     
  7. Berger

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    Dear Goal Serve,

    Can you email me at berger@bendbroadband.com, I would be grateful for any guidance or direction relative to waiver process. Thank you in advance, Kirk
     
  8. goaltoserve

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    Pm

    Berger, I sent you a pm. Hope it helps.
     
  9. kathyh

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    DoDMERB remedials

    As soon as my DD saw her remedials she went back to the Dr. and we faxed everything straight away. This was done about 4 or 5 times! We did contact DoDMERB by phone and e-mail a number of times because we live overseas and our mail takes forever. DoDMERB acted very quickly upon remedials and updated her portal almost immediately. I guess I'm trying to tell you to stay in touch with them, they are helpful.
     

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