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Old 07-19-2013, 03:38 PM
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Is your husband good looking, charming, with a great sense of humour? Then yes, I could well be your husband! Ha ha I am of course joking....anyway....

Kathryn...very weird.

Question, have you been in contact with your CO frequently? We've had zero contact whatsoever from our CO (initials of our CO is LG), not sure if this should be of concern or not!


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Old 07-19-2013, 04:46 PM
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So there are two Katherine/Kathryn and Neil applications going through the London office at virtually the same time. With a sick Katherine/ryn in both cases. I also was christened Kathryn, but changed the spelling as a child.

Anywho!! Setting that aside...

We don't have the same CO at least. We haven't been in regular touch, but she did send one email at the start asking for extra info, and then when I mailed that in she emailled again to say it was acceptable, and to get the medicals.

I haven't attempted communication since. Once the medicals are booked I'll email her to remind her we are still in the queue... and maybe to make sure we don't get mixed up with your application! I'm going to assume we have different surnames.


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Old 07-19-2013, 04:52 PM
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Neil - it's pretty common for COs to only contact you when they need something. In general, no news is good news.

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