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Old 06-25-2011
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Mail Medical school to ERAS documents!

Hi guys,

I am an IMG and I want to apply for ERAS 2011 residency program, my question is when I send my papers to ERAS (my transcript -Dean's letter -Diploma-and LOR ) should I send them in an envelope from my medical school directly, or I can send them without sending them from my medical school, because currently i m in the USA and my medical school is far away.

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For IMGs, the designated dean office is the ECFMG.

The ECFMG will help you upload your documents to ERAS. You will be using something called DSF (document submission form)

For more information please read here
http://www.usmle-forums.com/residenc...ete-guide.html

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but can i send the papers to ECFMG directly?? or i have to send them in an envelope from my medical school??
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but can i send the papers to ECFMG directly?? or i have to send them in an envelope from my medical school??
You send them yourself directly.

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