ECFMG Elaborates on ECFMG Certification for 2020 Match

Posted July 13th, 2020 by .

Categories: ECFMG.

ECFMG has recently launched a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page that answers common questions regarding ECFMG Certification for IMGs who have not passed the USMLE Step 2 CS Examination. The page, which includes additional information about English Language Proficiency Assessment, Eligibility, and Pathway-specific Questions, can be found here:

https://www.ecfmg.org/certification-requirements-2021-match/faqs.html

Although ECFMG has made clear that there will be certain requirements for which it will not make any exceptions, it may be that your particular circumstance is of such a unique nature that ECFMG will consider making an exception to one or more of its prerequisites regarding your eligibility to qualify for a particular pathway. Our office has been hired to advise and assist several IMGs in this regard.

For assistance applying to ECFMG for an exception to any ECFMG rule or to request ECFMG reconsider a prior decision regarding your eligibility to obtain services from ECFMG (including a prior punishment in connection with a finding of irregular behavior), please reach out to our office.

For more than 10 years, Dennis L. Abramson has dedicated a significant portion of his practice to counseling and representing medical students, IMGs, residents, fellows, and practicing physicians in compliance and disciplinary matters related to ECFMG, USMLE, NBME, and NRMP, including responding to and defending allegations of irregular behavior and violations of the Match® agreement. Should you need advice or counsel with a related issue, please contact Mr. Abramson at 610-664-5700 or dabramson@theabramsonfirm.com.

Mr. Abramson regularly updates this page with the latest developments related to ECFMG, USMLE, NRMP, ABIM, irregular behavior, and physician licensing and credentialing issues, so check back soon.

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