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Hi, Tony,

@Tony C posted:

Should I use the "to" or "with" in the below sentence?

e.g. Once I receive your signed copies, I will lodge your application to or with the Immigration Office.

"Lodge," as well as its synonym "file," is used with "with" when it means "submit." You submit an application to an office, but you lodge or file an application with an office. It's merely an idiomatic usage.

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