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Attachment Form 183 and 186

My form 183 and 186 were signed greater than four (4) months ago. Is that an issue? I am applying for the 3 month eligibility period. I am a 2011 grad and not a student.
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I think the forms should be signed by an appropriate official and received by the ECFMG within 4 months of completing the online application because I think that's what the 2014 ECFMG information booklet states.
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This is what the booklet states:

"Both Form 186 and Form 183 must be completed by you and certified by an authorized official of your medical school. Each medical school has been requested to provide ECFMG with a list of the officials authorized by the
school to certify Forms 186 and 183. Your form must be certified by an official on this list. Contact your medical school to determine the officials authorized by your medical school for this purpose; ECFMG will not provide this
information to applicants. This certification must be current; the official must have signed the form within four months of its receipt by ECFMG".
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