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Hi everyone, I ve been offered pre match from NY today when I ve already certified my ROL. PD said that I'll hear from them again within 24hours. please tell me what's procedure of accepting pre match and how to withdraw from match??
I have to go to ERAS or to NRMP site to withdraw? and what else should I get from program to make sure that I am pre matched, apart from a phone call. I am really worried about the whole procedure as there are only few days left in deadline of ROL.
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Anybody please reply. I am so sorry to see 59 views and no one replied.
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Hello Dr. Zainab
If you want to withdraw from NRMP. go to the website, log into your account, go to my profile no the left list, click on update my profile. You will find next to your name the following line: [Edit] [Withdraw] [Couple] [Account History]. Click on [Withdraw] and then follow the steps. Don't do it unless you are 100% sure you got and accepted the prematch offer . I hope this helps.
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untill you havent signed the papers dont withdraw, seek a lawyer also, it cost $1000
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untill you havent signed the papers dont withdraw, seek a lawyer also, it cost $1000
1. What costs $1000?

2. withdrawing from the match is not a problem, as explained by saleemfr86. The main problem might be, WHEN to withdraw. Make sure that you get the pre match contract and sign it, only then withdraw from the match. Do not take any risk of doing it the other way (withdrawing first and then waiting for the prematch contract)
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1. What costs $1000?

2. withdrawing from the match is not a problem, as explained by saleemfr86. The main problem might be, WHEN to withdraw. Make sure that you get the pre match contract and sign it, only then withdraw from the match. Do not take any risk of doing it the other way (withdrawing first and then waiting for the prematch contract)
talking to an external lawyer.
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talking to an external lawyer.
Is talking to a lawyer required?
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Is talking to a lawyer required?
not required, but is better to make sure everything is kosher.
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Today I received an email from PD,he said we are pleased to offer u contract :-) but PC is out of work today so please call her tomorrow to discuss how u want to collect contract either by email or personally....also PD wrote his cell no. In email.so please tell me now first I shld get contract then I need to withdraw from match????
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Today I received an email from PD,he said we are pleased to offer u contract :-) but PC is out of work today so please call her tomorrow to discuss how u want to collect contract either by email or personally....also PD wrote his cell no. In email.so please tell me now first I shld get contract then I need to withdraw from match????
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Yes first get your contract and sign it. When everything is done, then you can withdraw from the NRMP. The last day is Feb 20th, so you can wait for the contract till then, but the earlier the better.
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Yes first get your contract and sign it. When everything is done, then you can withdraw from the NRMP. The last day is Feb 20th, so you can wait for the contract till then, but the earlier the better.
Thanks mle guy.so when I sign the contract then I can withdraw from nrmp, so it ll be safe.right???
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Thanks mle guy.so when I sign the contract then I can withdraw from nrmp, so it ll be safe.right???
Yes you will be safe. You were only waiting for the contract and now that you have got it, you can withdraw from the main match.
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