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Hey Lads (and Ladies)

I got my medical done on the 1st of July this year (Class 2), all was ok, i was sent home with the results and told when i recieved my Bloods results in the post to send it all up to the IAA, So i did as i was told, but i have not heard anything on it, was I supposed to get it sent back down to me or what?

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At the risk of stating the bleeding obvious would a quick call to the IAA be the best bet of finding out? They are very friendly and courteous any time I have called them.
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Relax would ya, I was meerly only asking a question... :(
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Post by ceatach »

Hi Patrick.
Umm, did you send the medical cert & results with an application for a license? As cosmic said, the intuitive thing to do is to ring the IAA. Ask for licensing and they should be able to give you the status of your application... :?

But yeah, if you're gonna be flying around up there with us then it would be nice to know that you can solve these trivial problems yourself... not meaning to sound cruel or anything...

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Patrick. I said it in a jokey sort of way, don't take it too seriously?

I am just suprised that you would post on an internet forum asking us why the IAA have not been in touch with you. Would it not be more efficient to cut out the middle man and call them?
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Post by FLYbyWIT »

You and your bleedin barstool,now sit back down and be all philosophical :wink: and pander to the non initiated. o wise one am i pushin it to much.

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Post by danelane2000 »

Hi Lads

Sorry cosmic, i took it a bit much, was sorta pissed off this mornin aswell so I apologise.

I was asking is it Supposed to be sent back down to me, not why have they not sent it ...

ceatach, I wasent sending it in application for a licence, I was sending it cus i was told by the examinor to send all the details to them.
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danelane2000 wrote:i was told by the examinor to send all the details to them.

hi.
for what purpose?
ring them in the morning...

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Post by ned78 »

From my interpretation of Patrick's question, he was just asking it to find out anyone else's experiences in the same situation before making the call as a last resort. He probably just wanted to see if anyone else had experienced delays before bothering the IAA.

This seems like the correct place to ask a question like that too without getting roasted :-)

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FlybyWit, Thats me told off then.... :(
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Post by MCRO »

Hope I am right infering your are talk is about a Student Licence.

If you sent IAA

a copy of your Med Cert and any support you were told to send

the form completed

the cash due


You should have had very good response : call if more than 10 days

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Post by TolTol »

If on the other hand you are not applying for a license at the moment, then I dont know why you would send anything off to the IAA. When I done my Class 2 down in Waterford, the doc gave me my medical cert. Didn't have to send anything off to IAA.

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