My daughter had her eye examination by the DODMER-assigned eye doctor in September. The result showed my daughter’s eye visual cannot be corrected to 20/20, which the Academies require. DODMER asked us for AMI. It was a surprising result that we cannot believe. She had an annual eye examination every year, and it was normal; the vision can always be corrected to 20/20. Her most recent eye examination was in May 2023. Therefore, we made an appointment with an ophthalmology specialist to examine my daughter’s eyes after we received the abnormal result from DODMER assigned eye examination. It confirmed that my daughter’s eyes are normal. There is no problem; the visual for both eyes can be corrected to 20/20. We submitted the ophthalmologist’s letter and the entire examination report for reconsideration or a waiver. One month later, on her account, it still shows the academies are “waiting for receipt of remedial.” I cannot understand and do not know what we should do. If my daughter’s eyes are normal and meet the requirement that “the visual can be corrected to 20/20”, how can we do any “remedial”? Thanks in advance for your suggestions and help.