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    kristina.1986 is offline Newbie
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    hello
    Is that correct if we say" I would like to follow up about my backgroud check result?"
    Thanks a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by kristina.1986 View Post
    hello
    Is that correct if we say" I would like to follow up about my backgroud check result?"
    Thanks a lot
    Welcome to the forums. Your sentence is understandable but a bit awkward. Try: "I would like to follow up the result of my background check".

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