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guyguy2003 Nov 28th 2003 10:34 am

my application has been finalised - what does it mean?
 
my agent got an email saying that my application has been finalised and i should get a letter in the next few days.
does it mean it was granted? or does it mean they reached a desicion and i would only know when i recieve the letter?
help!!

:scared: :confused:

hevs Nov 28th 2003 10:35 am

get the bubbly out, well unless you have a criminal record or something

imac Nov 28th 2003 2:31 pm

Same thing happened to us about a month ago. We were notified that a final decision had been made and that a letter would follow. 10 days later our agent rang to say that the yellow envelop had arrived, we were in. Apparently DIMIA subscribe to the Torquemada school of customer relations and do everything they can to prolong the agony.

Agree with H, your in.
CONGRADULATIONS ;)

guyguy2003 Nov 28th 2003 4:48 pm

:) do you reckon if it was rejected the message would be different?
 
:) do you reckon if it was rejected the message would be different in the letter?
:confused: :rolleyes:

nosuchluck Nov 28th 2003 5:07 pm

Re: my application has been finalised - what does it mean?
 

Originally posted by guyguy2003
my agent got an email saying that my application has been finalised and i should get a letter in the next few days.
does it mean it was granted? or does it mean they reached a desicion and i would only know when i recieve the letter?
help!!

:scared: :confused:
Congratulations, enjoy drinking to your new lives
best wishes
rach & family :beer:


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