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FSW: What is difference between responsibilities of CIO & High commission

Old Aug 12th 2010, 8:52 am
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Question FSW: What is difference between responsibilities of CIO & High commission

Please let me know what both of these authorities do?
As we know that high commission assesses the application to issue visa. But when comes the question that why the initial application for FSW category is to be sent to CIO? I mean what is the main difference between both of these authorities.
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Please let me know what both of these authorities do?
As we know that high commission assesses the application to issue visa. But when comes the question that why the initial application for FSW category is to be sent to CIO? I mean what is the main difference between both of these authorities.

CIO sorts out the wheat from the chaff. The confirm that the application is complete, that the applicant qualifies under FSW1 or 2 and all documents are included. CHC determines if the person qualifies and does the background checks, security any interviews, assess the applications as to points.
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