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Old 08-26-2014, 10:41 PM
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hahahaha, lol, I think you will get it coming week or 2-3 weeks from now.
You are in a good hand, I have know YE since 2012. And I'm glad that I have her as my CO. she doesn't communicate much but I think she is very good in what she does.

I think it is Ok to ask for updates, after all we are paying for the service.
Thanks

I have asked her for an update about 3 months ago and she responded with the standard 12 months of waiting.


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I was never sure who my case officer was. Where does it say? I never got an e-mail saying this is your case officer.. I just got an e-mail asking for more documents and it was signed with one name only. Started with an L. No last name. I assumed he was my CO..?

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I was never sure who my case officer was. Where does it say? I never got an e-mail saying this is your case officer.. I just got an e-mail asking for more documents and it was signed with one name only. Started with an L. No last name. I assumed he was my CO..?
Not all embassy's do that and usually when you apply onshore you don't get a case officer for ages (if at all).


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I was never sure who my case officer was. Where does it say? I never got an e-mail saying this is your case officer.. I just got an e-mail asking for more documents and it was signed with one name only. Started with an L. No last name. I assumed he was my CO..?
No it does not say this is your case officer. You can know that only by the signature and email address it came from (it should have something like [email protected])


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No it does not say this is your case officer. You can know that only by the signature and email address it came from (it should have something like [email protected])
All my e-mails are from [email protected].
But that one e-mail was signed:

Yours sincerely

L---
Position Number: 00003029
Support- Case Officer
Department of Immigration and Border Protection

I guess it doesn't matter (: I was just curious.

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Not all embassy's do that and usually when you apply onshore you don't get a case officer for ages (if at all).
Good to know :]

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All my e-mails are from [email protected].
But that one e-mail was signed:

Yours sincerely

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Position Number: 00003029
Support- Case Officer
Department of Immigration and Border Protection

I guess it doesn't matter (: I was just curious.
I guess you applied onshore so it might be different.


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Here is another question for you, Mish.

My partner has limited English. I'm sure if quizzed using the basics such as hi, how are you, etc... everything will be fine.. however if the CO decides to conduct the interview in English..we're definitely going to have problems and he wont get anywhere!

Please tell me it will be in Arabic? Its probably standard... but I'm worried. We did specify in the papers that the English language is limited. We should probably have selected not at all.

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Also, has anyone ever sent an inquiry email to their CO in Arabic?
Obviously English would be the preferred language seeing as it's the Australian Embassy.. but I'm sure all applicants who are non-Australian need to communicate at some point with the CO despite having an Australian sponsor.

I wonder if that would be okay to send an Arabic language email?

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Here is another question for you, Mish.

My partner has limited English. I'm sure if quizzed using the basics such as hi, how are you, etc... everything will be fine.. however if the CO decides to conduct the interview in English..we're definitely going to have problems and he wont get anywhere!

Please tell me it will be in Arabic? Its probably standard... but I'm worried. We did specify in the papers that the English language is limited. We should probably have selected not at all.
They say that the interview will be conducted in Arabic but if you communicate in English they will do some of the interview in English to see if the written person is infact the applicant or someone else has helped them.


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