Should I submit my USCG license application if I'm only missing one thing such as my CPR card?

Should you submit an incomplete USCG license application? Learn the risks and benefits of missing just one item like a CPR card.

1 mins read・Mar 10, 2022
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We've been seeing each issue or change to a USCG application add about a month to processing time at the NMC.

If you've already taken the CPR course and you are just waiting for the new card to be emailed to you, it's totally worth it to wait a couple of days until you have the CPR card in your application. Your perfect application will sail right through the NMC process!

We hope this made your life a little easier and if you have other questions the MM-SEAS team is always here to help!

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Nate Gilman
Nate Gilman

Nate has over 15 years of professional maritime experience and has hawsepiped his way to a 3rd Mate Unlimited Endorsement with full STCW compliance. He is proud veteran of the NOAA Commissioned Corps.

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