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Hey college girl,

Going through the forum, I observed that you have been very active and have been assisting people a great deal wherever you can.. I have a question in regards with 820 visa that my wife has applied with my sponsorship last month.. in our application receipt email that we got a month ago when we submitted our application, we noticed that it was sent by a residence officer -ECO DFW(that is the designation used) along with the name.. Is it the same with everyone that it is sent by an individual or is it the actual case officer who would be looking after our application.. It just got us a little excited that it could be the actual case officer.. I might be wrong but I thought it would usually be a generic email that they usually send without anyone listed as the sender but ours does have the name and designation.. I thought it would be worth enquiring and clarifying with you if it means anything.. Your response would be greatly appreciated.. Thanks.. Regards


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Hey college girl,

Going through the forum, I observed that you have been very active and have been assisting people a great deal wherever you can.. I have a question in regards with 820 visa that my wife has applied with my sponsorship last month.. in our application receipt email that we got a month ago when we submitted our application, we noticed that it was sent by a residence officer -ECO DFW(that is the designation used) along with the name.. Is it the same with everyone that it is sent by an individual or is it the actual case officer who would be looking after our application.. It just got us a little excited that it could be the actual case officer.. I might be wrong but I thought it would usually be a generic email that they usually send without anyone listed as the sender but ours does have the name and designation.. I thought it would be worth enquiring and clarifying with you if it means anything.. Your response would be greatly appreciated.. Thanks.. Regards
It could be, it could not be... no way to tell for sure, unfortunately. And I've never seen "-ECO DFW" before so I can't tell you what it means. Sorry I'm no help on this one!

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