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    Grammar Correction ("Write to order Subordinate")

    It has been observed following points; all respective Office in-charge are resolved the rejection timely without delay.
    Below mention a list required status tracking ID wise.

    Serial No. Location ID Tracking ID Rejection Reason Priority Date Status
    1 10500 105001131975 minor mother citizen number is not same as per production record normal 30/09/2016
    2 10510 105101116660 validate dup clearance case normal 4/10/2016
    3 10510 105101107513 card holder is system independent urgent 14/05/2016

    All must be submitted by today positively without further delay.
    Will this rejection to avoid the next time, before the processing verified the all required documents as per SOPs.

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    Re: Grammar Correction ("Write to order Subordinate")

    It really doesn't make much sense to me.

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    #3

    Re: Grammar Correction ("Write to order Subordinate")

    Quote Originally Posted by samadkaladi View Post
    It has been observed following points; all respective Office in-charge are resolved the rejection timely without delay.
    Below mention a list required status tracking ID wise.
    <SNIP>

    All must be submitted by today positively without further delay.
    Will this rejection to avoid the next time, before the processing verified the all required documents as per SOPs.
    Automatic translators rarely produce usable text. Your text doesn't make sense in English.
    I am not a teacher.

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