Download forms related to ECFMG services, including requests to change USMLE testing regions, scores and transcripts, biographic information changes, and payment.
Publications available on this website include the ECFMG Certification Fact Sheet, the ECFMG Information Booklet, and the Exchange Visitor Sponsorship Program (EVSP) Reference Guide.
Applicants for ECFMG Certification must submit a copy of their final medical diploma. The Reference Guide for Medical Education Credentials provides information on the degree title of the final medical diploma, by medical school and graduation year, that ECFMG requires in order for international medical school graduates to be eligible for ECFMG Certification and the examinations required for Certification.
Learn more about Sponsor Notes in the World Directory of Medical Schools, including ECFMG’s requirements for a medical school to obtain an ECFMG Sponsor Note, and the process for requesting an ECFMG Sponsor Note.
ECFMG’s recommended translation service is Straker Translations. Access information on Straker Translations and instructions on how to obtain English translations of documents that meet ECFMG’s translation requirements for submission to ECFMG programs and services.
Available information includes data on the Standard ECFMG Certificate and certificate holders, IMG performance on USMLE exams, and J-1 visa sponsorship.
ECFMG’s e-mail newsletters reach thousands of individuals worldwide with important, timely updates on ECFMG programs and services and related issues. Free e-mail subscription and access to archived issues are available for The ECFMG® Reporter and ECFMG Focus.
Available information includes a schedule of the fees encountered most frequently for ECFMG programs and services, information on payment methods, and ECFMG’s payment policies.
This document defines irregular behavior as it relates to ECFMG’s programs and services, outlines procedures in cases of allegations of irregular behavior, and summarizes some of the consequences of a finding of irregular behavior.
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[Last update: December 2, 2022]