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September 16, 2019

 

 

 

Obtaining the USCG License and/or Credential can be a very complicated series of tasks to perform correctly. You can look at countless websites, government forms, and all sorts of information produced to help reach your goal and yet...there are still questions to answer, problems to solve. Have heard it said from students and seasoned mariners numerous times throughout my professional career; "the application was definitely the hardest part to successfully complete "

 

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The most proficient method to achieve this objective is with the vast experience of trained professionals that specialize in this complex realm. If you already have a license, want to upgrade, renew, need paperwork help, or even filing of the documents for you to the U.S. Coast Guard National Maritime Center, please contact CARS Success@CredentialAppReview.com 

 

There are plenty of great schools and training platforms that comprise the educational side of the maritime industry. What is needed most is an excellent, efficient combination of license training, application service, and know-how to help you get through the gauntlet. We can show you how to do it...

 

 

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