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June 03, 2010



I don't know how things work in the US, but in India it would mean that nothing will move unless you pay the extra fees.

"It’s very quick processing for those applicants that need it"
Perhaps the others are applying just for fun?

John Guest

At first take, I have one observation and one question. This appears to be a government method of saying, unless you pay a premium, expect no customer service. The question is whether or not someone who files an application taking the slow route could be excluded by a later filer whose work covers the same idea, using the faster system. That would be a very bad result.


Might as well - the rich in this country are the only ones allowed to get treated fairly anyway. Look at the Banksters, and British Petroleum...

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