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Re: question
Posted by DanceAllure
5/18/2009  9:57:00 PM
Hi guest,
as far as I am aware, according to the NDCA regulations you are allowed to go back to the amateur league just once. But the answer to your question would be "yes".
Re: question
Posted by anymouse
5/19/2009  7:19:00 AM
"as far as I am aware, according to the NDCA regulations you are allowed to go back to the amateur league just once. "

There is in fact no published regulation. You must apply to the organization. This may well be their approximate internal policy at the moment, but you must apply and have them rule after hearing the specifics of your case.
Re: question
Posted by Cyd
5/19/2009  3:14:00 PM
Anonymous. It can get a little ridiculous. There have been people who have been reinstated. But what is good for one is good for all. Could you imagine Luca and Loraine coming back and competing in the Amateur field.
Re: question
Posted by anymouse
5/19/2009  6:23:00 PM
"Anonymous. It can get a little ridiculous. There have been people who have been reinstated. But what is good for one is good for all. Could you imagine Luca and Loraine coming back and competing in the Amateur field."

This is why the process consists of making your case to the eligibility committee. They look at the facts of your situation and say yes or no.
Re: question
Posted by DanceAllure
5/20/2009  12:54:00 AM
Undisputable true! Thank you for that remark. Actually one needs to apply for change of status first. NDCA make their decisions on a case by case basis since those fall in the miculenious folder. But I personally know of 2 ballroom professionals who decided to change their status and they actually got the NDCA's official approval.
So you are really going to need to submit your case to the NDCA's officials for consideration.
Thank you " Anymouse" !
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