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820 c/o Good Sign?


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Old 05-28-2013, 02:46 PM
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hey guys,


After reading a few threads it seems to me that once you have been allocated a case officer, the application process is fairly speedy. I was wondering if there are any people whom have been given a c/o and yet are still experiencing long processing times?

I ask only because we have been appointed a c/o within a week of handing in the application and are applying through a migration officer.

Is this a good sign that the application will be processed fast or is it fairly common to have a c/o this early into the application process?


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