Am I Done?

rotchopeful

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As of a couple of weeks ago, I completed both my DoDMERB vision test and physical. Today I got an email from DoDMERB that instructed me to make an account on the actual DoDMERB Applicant Site to check my status, and that my medical status has been updated. I checked and it says that I am Qualified.

Is that the end of the process? Could this possibly change if they want a remedial or something, or is this my official status from now on?
 

Falcon A

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You aren't "done" ... DoDMERB is "done" ... You are "Qualified"... Congratulation! ... You are now just beginning! ... Best wishes!
 

Goat 965

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Yeah, the OP had an experience that was far different from DD!! Dodmerb physical, remedial, DQ, waiver process...........loooonnnggg agonizing wait............Waiver granted!!! Got 3Q in her portal a few days ago........phew.............Still waiting on the biggie, but at least we are there! Congrats to the OP!
 

rotchopeful

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Yes - compared to what I see people discussing on here, I had really no trouble at all with my DoDMERB process. Took the vision test in December and my physical mid-February.

But that goes back to my question.. Could my 'Qualified' status possibly change? Or is it that once you're deemed qualified, you're done with the process? I just feel like my process has been so easy that there must be something else that will pop up in the future.
 
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kinnem

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You're qualified status will not change unless you are injured, which you must report. If you are injured it may be a DQ or perhaps just a remedial.
If you were DQed it would say DQ. If a remedial were needed it would state the remedial code(s).
Good luck.
 

rotchopeful

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You're qualified status will not change unless you are injured, which you must report. If you are injured it may be a DQ or perhaps just a remedial.
If you were DQed it would say DQ. If a remedial were needed it would state the remedial code(s).
Good luck.
Thank you!
 
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