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    • Join Date: Jul 2005
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    Could you please tell me what the highlighted part of the following sentence means (the text deals with audit instructions):

    We expect you to advise us of any matters on which you will be qualifying your clearance well prior to the formal clearance date, thus allowing us time to have preliminary discussions of these items with the management.

    Thanks a lot!


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    Re: meaning

    There are some matters that will qualify your clearance. Perhaps they are like evidence or credentials. (I'm not sure what this is about, so it's hard to be specific.) They want you to advise them of these matters before your clearance date.

    • Join Date: Jul 2005
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    Re: meaning

    I am not sure what "qualify" means here. Is it "make dependent" or "condition"? And what is the meaning of "clearance" in relation to an audit?

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