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Very good idea!! I'm glad that someone has said this. If you don't ask, you don't get.Paddy_Leprechaun wrote: ↑Fri Apr 12, 2019 2:30 pmHi all,
I am just wondering, for all those who are attending the next ceremony and believe that the system and processes they have to follow to get a decision on their application should be improved, how can we provide the department collective feedback to make sure that they take it seriously and improve their system? The problem with the citizenship process and human nature is that once we get over the line to get something, we very often forget the pain we have to suffer to reach there. I am thinking of many of our fellow immigrants who are still waiting to hear back from the department and will continue to struggle like us unless the system is further improved.
I believe there should be an online survey, or perhaps department should be distributing feedback forms to attendees, wearing a T-shirt with slogans, or at least say it loudly after the oath "please improve the system" It might sound childish but might work for a collective good cause. As it worked for reentry visas, the issue was big in news and now the department is abolishing the requirement to have a re-entry visa. Perhaps, they can also improve the citizenship process with things like online form and application submission, an online detailed status update on each stage of processing etc. Any ideas are welcome...
If u r expecting some kind of special reply then it wont happen, its ur feedback so it's up to them if they want to act on it or not.Paddy_Leprechaun wrote: ↑Mon Apr 15, 2019 3:48 pmDid that many times, when I was not getting my approval, even sent reminders to both ministers. Did not get more than a template response from their private secretary "I wish to acknowledge receipt of your email dated ..... " I don't think our dear minister for justice is familiar with new technologies and I am certain his emails, tweets etc are managed by his team.