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Do you say "Someone's chances of XXX are good" to mean "Someone's chances of XXX are high"?

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Do you say "Someone's chances of XXX are good" to mean "Someone's chances of XXX are high"?-- Yes.
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Hi,

Do you say "Someone's chances of XXX are good" to mean "Someone's chances of XXX are high"? Yes.

If you are interested in another opinion about using an immigration lawyer, read this from the Govt. of Canada.
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/representative/index.asp

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Yep definitely, you are right!
When you say your chances to come to Canada are good, it effectively means they are high!

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Yep definitely, you are right!
When you say your chances to come to Canada are good, it effectively means they are high!

No, when chances are good, they are good but not necessarily high.

For example, your chances of acceptance might be 65 percent. That's relatively good. But if a professional entertainer were to apply, her chances might be 85 percent or better. That's high, or at least higher.

You must remember that each of us has our his or her own definition of what is good and what is high. Something that might be considered high to Person A might be considered average to Person B.