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Default Different seal color.

My college has put seal in a different color on Form 327 than they had put it on Form 186 and medical diploma. Is it going to get my forms rejected? My college hasn't sent these documents yet. Is there anything that can be done to proove that these doucuments are genuinely verified by the college officials?

Please help if anybody has been through this process.
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My college has put seal in a different color on Form 327 than they had put it on Form 186 and medical diploma. Is it going to get my forms rejected? My college hasn't sent these documents yet. Is there anything that can be done to proove that these doucuments are genuinely verified by the college officials?

Please help if anybody has been through this process.
I had an awful time getting my application through because the seal color was different. I can't remember the details but I think the size and color of the seal as well as the signature of the verifying official has to be an exact match to the ones they have on record. Call the ECFMG and ask them what the color of the seal is. Some who answer the phone are very helpful, while others aren't. Best thing is to take photos of the documents before sending so that even if they do get rejected you can avoid repeating the same mistake. Good luck.
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