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Richard Kurland
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Richard Kurland
2016-12-13 17:22
It's fantastic. It's the best thing since sliced bread. Rather than hiding it, the department should be bringing it out in public and taking the applause.
For example, it uses past performance. Where they see variables.... Where you have 95% acceptance rates, based on either a visa issued by another country or all of the particular case-specific factors, and 95 times out of 100 there is a positive decision, you tag the acceptable risk level of an adverse outcome and say, “Fine, we'll get it wrong 1 out of 50 times. It's worth the risk”, and you end up with two- to three-day processing periods where it used to take three or four months.
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