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    Hi. For the VOE & VOR authorizations, are these hardcopy forms that have to be signed during the first intake session? If my employer uses The Work Number, do I still need to sign the hardcopy VOE form? Can we get copies of both forms BEFORE the first intake session?



    My counselor sent the form directly to my landlord and my landlord sent it back…and my counselor also sent the form directly to my employer and they were to send it back those two forms don’t go through you, they are supposed to be sent to and from counselor and the person who is verifying.



    The forms have to be sent directly to you employer/landlord from your MC. My co-buyer used the work number line too. Luckily my MC had an account with the work number line so I only need to pay for it. Make sure you get a salary key.



    But did you have to sign the form in person? I’m trying to figure out a way of getting the VOR/VOE at least started BEFORE the first intake meeting.



    @naca3girl they have to be signed in person to give naca permission to obtain the verifications.



    Can the VOR be done via email? Can the MC send the request to the landlords via email and get back emailed PDFs of my rental history? Would this be okay or is fax needed?



    Hello naca3girl,

    The VOE and VOR forms must be signed in front of your counselor during the intake meeeting. Even if the employer uses The Work Number, the form is still the authorization for us to obtain the information.

    Once you have authorized the VOE and/or VOR forms, you may not come into contact with it in any fashion or else it is automatically voided. While fax is the preferred way to send and receive it, email can be done when necessary. It will only take about five minutes for the landlord to fill out the form, so the pdf’s you refer to should not be necessary.

    Tim Trumble
    Online Operations, NACA

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