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Form Faxing Form 186 to School!

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Can initial form 186 of identification be fax to the school for official signature and attestation. And would that be acceptable to the ECFMG for consideration.

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Form 186 has also your signature, when you fax it will reach as a photocopy and your signature becomes invalid.

You have to mail it to your school.

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Thank you for you kind info

I live in UK Can I sign only by US consulate/Notary Public here and forward to ECFMG If that is acceptable to them.

Secondly, Being a first time applicant for step 1, Is it possible.? if I have book a triad period for earlier and want to push it back from the pre-book dates.
I mean from Oct-Dec To Sep-Nov.

I know it can be extend for only once. or can updated to new period if registration process with ECFMG delays.

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Look at the Form 186 that you have, does it have "med school official" signature place? if yes, then you have to send it to med school.

You can only extend to the next contiguous eligibility period for example initial eligibility period Sept-Dec you can extend it to Jan-Mar.

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