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  1. ken101

    ken101 New Member

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    had test needed for asthma came back great has been posted to waiver site. how long to hear if granted waiver?
     
  2. The Rooski

    The Rooski New Member

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    I just got my waiver approved and couple days ago, and I started the waiver process five months ago. It was a little frustrating, but if you call and keep up with them alot, it should go quicker.
     
  3. pharvey23

    pharvey23 New Member

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    I was disqualified for asthma. How does the waiver process work? I could use some good news.
     
  4. djn7292

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    Got my waiver this monday Ive been waiting 4 months
     
  5. TheKnight

    TheKnight Class of 2014

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    I was DQed in October and didn't get a waiver till March. So it takes a while. But with patience, you'll be OK.
     
  6. mmb5

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    If you look at the "sticky" threads at the top of the DoDMERB subforum, you'll find this, together witha lot more useful information from Mr Mullen:

    Waiver timelines – The waiver authorities will render their waiver decisions based on their workload; complexity of the case; whether or not additional consultants are utilized in the decision making process AND the consultant’s ability to be responsive; etc. There is NOT standard timeline for rendering a waiver decision. All waiver authorities are dedicate to providing a comprehensive evaluation and issuing as timely a decision as possible.
     

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