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  • BEBE
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    Thanks Mo. I agree with you too.

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  • Mo
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    BEBE

    The only thing I can think of is the Second Preferce B is reserved for Unmarried Sons and Daughters (21 years of age or older): 23% of the overall second preference limitation. So the other 77% goes to 2A, thus probably more demand may have been taking place recently.

    There are probably more over 21 LPR sons/daughters than under 21 LPR sons/daughters - and only 23% going to 2B can create a serious congestion within this category (if this theory is true).

    I honestly dont have a clue how things are allocated... but the same applies to all other categories. Everything on that bulletin are on the same boat.

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  • BEBE
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    Mo,

    You got any ideas?

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  • BEBE
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    F2B

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  • Mo
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    What category?

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  • BEBE
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    The cut-off date had been a standstill in May for almost 7 months. Who will still think that the cut-off dates in FY2004 will progress 14-15 months like last year. And what's the prediction for the next couple of months? Anyone can predict?

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  • BEBE
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    CUT-OFF DATE

    The cut-off date had been a standstill in May for almost 7 months. Who will still think that the cut-off dates in FY2004 will progress 14-15 months like last year. And what's the prediction for the next couple of months? Anyone can predict?
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