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Question Med School Official or Notary Public!

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My form 186 has been approved and my step 1 application (as a graduate) is over. While applying for Step 2 CS and CK, do I have to get the application signed by d Medical school official or is it enough if i get it signed by Notary Public.

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You don't need either of them.

As long as your form 186 is valid, you don't need to repeat the process.

Did your status change from student to graduate since you did Step 1?
Did you verify your medical graduation credentials?

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No my status has not changed.
My credentials Verification is under process.
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In that case you don't need to file another form 186 if it is still valid (you can check it in OASIS).

When you apply to CS or CK, they won't ask you for more forms. You'll just pay the fees and wait for scheduling permit.

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