Reimbursement Question

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Reimbursement Question

Postby Anonymous User » Mon Nov 26, 2012 12:39 am

I had a mass mail CB with a firm in a secondary market. My understanding from their e-mail invitation was that I should not expect a reimbursement. During my stay on that market, I had callbacks with two other firms, and the recruiters in both of them mentioned I should send them the reimbursement forms.
Obviously, I cannot send a NALP form to my host firm, since they implied no reimbursement, so how should I send it to the other firms. Should I divide the expenses myself and send separate NALP forms to each willing firm?
Also, can I e-mail them the forms/receipts, or I need to use snail mail?

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Re: Reimbursement Question

Postby Heat » Mon Nov 26, 2012 10:46 pm

Call one of the other firm's recruiter and ask how you should handle the situation. Since the NALP form requires you to put all forms down you visited I assume your out 1/3 of the costs.

Alternatively, you could probably send them each a form but in order to be honest you'd still have to include the firm that isn't reimbursing you on it.




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